Two days left to take our online survey about education in Norfolk
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The EDP survey asking for readers' views on education in Norfolk will close at midnight on Thursday.
The online survey comes ahead of a series of articles which will look at a subject which is vital to the future of the county.
The government, Ofsted and county council have raised concerns about overall standards in the county, but there are also many stories of success from individual schools and pupils.
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We want to hear from parents, pupils, teachers and other readers about how they rate their own school, and primary and secondary education in Norfolk as a whole.
We also want to hear their views on the reliability of Ofsted reports on schools, and what they think about the ability of the county council and the academy school movement to improve education in the county.
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The online survey also asks EDP readers to tell us what they think the biggest problem facing education in Norfolk is, and what the best thing about education in the county is.
The results will be used as part of a week-long series articles examining the state of education in Norfolk, which will be published shortly.