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The secretaries of state for culture and education have launched an initiative that aims to encourage the use of the built environment as an educational tool.Tessa Jowell and Charles Clarke have set up a joint education and culture advisory committee - under the chairmanship of Gillian Wolfe - to advise them on how to promote the urban environment as an educational resource.

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