Scots seek to involve HE in economic plan

May 19, 2000

Scotland's further and higher education institutions should be involved in local economic forums responsible for creating an economic strategy for their area, according to a Scottish Parliament report.

The enterprise and lifelong learning committee, which conducted an eight-month inquiry into economic development, has called for forums as a means of avoiding confusion and overlap between different agencies.

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