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Collaboration working party: membership

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Last updated on 14 February 2017
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How should a working party planning collaboration be constituted? Two of our associate education experts look at which governors should be part of a joint working group responsible for planning collaboration. We also link to an article on joint strategic committees.

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Contents

  1. 1 Membership of a collaboration working party 
  2. 2 Should governing body chairs be members?
  3. 3 Joint strategic committees

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