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The DfEE is the UK Government department with the overall aim of giving everyone the chance, through education, training and work, to realise their full potential, and thus build an inclusive and fair society and a competitive economy.

The DfEE is working with others, in Government and beyond, towards two overarching goals: an inclusive society, where everyone has an equal chance to achieve their full potential: and, a globally competitive economy, with successful firms and a fair and efficient labour market.

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BECTa supports the Government's efforts to drive up standards in curriculum subjects, in the teaching of key skills, in institutional effectiveness, and in the development of lifelong learning. BECTa is responsible for developing the National Grid for Learning (NGfL).

BECTa's core focus is ICT and how it can be employed to improve school management and teaching outcomes via three strands ICT content, infrastructure and practice.

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The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) brings together the work of the National Council for Vocational Qualifications (NCVQ) and the School Curriculum and Assessment Authority (SCAA) with additional powers and duties. It offers a unique overview of curriculum, assessment and qualifications across the whole of education and training.

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The British Educational Suppliers Association is the trade association for the educational supplies industry, representing over 200 leading suppliers of educational resources and services in the UK. BESA report on developments in education and put resource buyers in touch with the right suppliers, all of whom adhere to the BESA Code of Practice which acts as a safeguard to schools on issues of quality, safety, appropriateness and value for money.

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The Times Educational Supplement is the UK's foremost weekly publication for education professionals, covering the world of nursery, primary, secondary and further education. Its news reporting and background analysis cover a diverse range of issues from curriculum changes to government funding, as well as being the market leader for job advertising.

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For teachers responsible for developing the use of ICT in the classroom and school, EC&T is the leading magazine for all issues affecting the use of technology in the classroom. The magazine provides ideas for lessons and carries an extensive review section for the latest ICT resources.

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As a professional conference organiser for Teacher Unions and subject teacher associations, Educational Exhibitions work with key educational bodies to promote The education Show across each subject area through regional and national conferences and INSET seminars. For more information:click here.

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