- Author:Iain Nisbet,Scottish Consumer Council,Jackie Welsh,Sandra McGuire
- Publisher:TSO; 1st Edition. edition (September 5, 2001)
- Pages:244 pages
- Subcategory:Law Practice
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A-Z of Scots Education Law book. Start by marking A-Z of Scots Education Law: A Guide for Parents as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Jennifer Wallace, Sandra McGuire and Iain Nisbet. Offers an easy-to-use reference to the law on various aspects of children's education in Scotland. Covering the key pieces of legislation, this guide helps readers to understand and deal with the sorts of decisions, difficulties or problems they may face within their child's education.
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