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Local Education Authorities Project
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|Statement||authors: Gary Holmes, John Howson, John Welton. Course text.|
|Contributions||Holmes, Gary., Howson, John., Welton, John.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
This paper presents four case studies that are part of a larger study on admissions arrangements and impacts on school admissions for all local education authorities (LEAs) in England and Wales. It examines factors influencing the social composition of schools. A total of 23 LEAs completed interviews about their secondary school admissions arrangements. This article addresses an issue that has not been well explored in empirical research, namely whether local education agencies (districts) have an impact on student learning. We assumed that local district effects on learning would be largely indirect, mediated by how teachers work together in schools (in professional communities) and the quality of instruction that is provided.
The project aimed to look at the impact of boarding in state and independent boarding schools for children identified as ‘in need’, defined as those that require Local Authority support of some kind. It was intended to be co-funded with Local Authorities, boarding schools, the Department for Education (DfE) and other educational trusts. The project was proposed by a series of discussion with the local communities, review of baseline data, and also minutes of the MOSA meetings. At the initial start of the school project, MOSA will construct 4- class rooms, toilets, and staff houses, and also equip the school gradually with teaching materials, such as text books and the.
There are local education authorities in England. Wales. In Wales the councils of the counties and county boroughs are responsible for education. Since 5 May , the terms local education authority and children's services authority have been repealed and replaced by the single term 'local authority' in both primary and secondary legislation. The compatible reading software is Adobe Acrobat Reader version or higher Download Acrobat Reader.
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Note. Should there be a note in here to reflect the government's policy of referring to LEAs as Local Authorities now (see Education & Inspections Bill ) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk • contribs)13 April LEA is.
Education Authorities Flexible, Short term educational placements for pupils with challenging behaviour and complex learning needs. Flexible Placements Our service Local Education Authorities Project book designed to work in partnership with Local Education Authorities to provide short term placements for children with complex learning and behavioural difficulties aged between 7 and 19 years.
New school places can be created [ ]. Responsible local authority England. England has several tiers of local government and the relevant local authority varies. Within Greater London the 32 London Borough Councils and the Common Council of the City of London are the local authorities responsible for education; in the metropolitan counties it is the 36 metropolitan borough councils; and in the non-metropolitan counties it is the.
A local authority with responsibilities for state education as defined in section 12 of the Education Act Following the introduction of the Children Actthe functions of education and children’s social services were combined and the term "LEA" is obsolete.
Local Education Authorities in United Kingdom Local Education Authorities (Leas) History. Set up by the Education Act. Each council had to set up a committee, known as the Local Education Authorities (LEA) which was responsible for state schools in their area and funding students for Higher Education.
Culture Some of the schools and colleges in the area of any local authority, however, including academies and free schools, are given money directly by central government and are no longer in the control of local term Local Education Authority is no longer in official use, but it is still sometimes used to refer to the department of a local authority that deals with education.
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