Scottish education needs more representation

June 19, 1998

The Scottish parliament needs an education minister and a strong education committee with broad powers for tertiary education to get its proper recognition, the Association of University Teachers Scotland says. Scotland has a minister for education and industry, but the AUTS says the Scottish Office's reliance on a small number of ministers with many responsibilities has meant that specialist sectors such as higher education receive inadequate ministerial attention.

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