'Numerous concerns' about many aspects of bill
A number of teachers are hoping to stop a second reading of the education bill, which is due to take place in today's House of Keys sitting.
Ramsey headteacher Annette Baker says there are numerous concerns about a lot of aspects of the bill, that will be more difficult to change if the reading goes ahead.
It comes a day after a review began, looking into the department's working relationships with schools.
Mrs Baker says the timing of these two things doesn't make sense: