§ 61. Mr. Dudley Smith
asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he is satisfied with the progress being made by the Curriculum Study Group; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Hogg
Yes. The Group has promoted development in many fields. Its services have been found useful by the Secondary School Examinations Council, the Central Advisory Councils for Education, the Nuffield Foundation, the Lockwood Working Party on the schools' curricula and examinations and by many other bodies concerned with the curriculum and examinations. When the Schools Council is established in the autumn the Group will cease to exist but the Council's staff will be largely drawn from existing members of the Group.