Dear Sir or Madam,
Please could you give me the number of yes, no and not sure answers to each of the six questions of the public questionnaire of the 2009 Review of Elective Home Education.
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Dear Mr/Ms Stafford,
Thank you for your request for information, which was received on 20 July.
You requested -
Please could you give me the number of yes, no and not sure answers
to each of the six questions of the public questionnaire of the
2009 Review of Elective Home Education.
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Dear Sir or Madam,
Thank you very much for this information. It shows the breathtaking extent to which the evidence and opinion collected by the review process has been ignored in order to deliver a shopping list of unecessary, expensive and intrusive outcomes to suit a few ineffective LAs that cannot or will not understand the law.
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