local education authority


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Up to 69% of primary schools in the 105 local education authority areas who responded to the FOI request contain asbestos, according to the official figures.
He added: "I cannot allow a local education authority to tell me what is right for my kids - I know what is best for my kids.
The quiz is now in its 16th year and the competition is open to all local education authority and non-LEA schools from those four counties.
c It looks highlyl likelkyl that there will be no "excellent" e local education authority in " Walesa at the end of the current inspection cycly e.l But there havea been onlyl fivei "goods" which h,c frankly,l is nowho ereh near good enough.
Let's hope they succeed because a local education authority that's working well responds well to its community.
Union chiefs have given notice of further strike action but they are hopeful that a deal can reached on Friday when they meet education officers from the Local Education Authority.
Looking back in 2002 at how things turned out, Dr Longfield recalled: "The Polytechnic came to be regarded by many within the local education authority as an over-ambitious technical college that was trying to live beyond its means and status".
All funding for the children to be educated will be provided by the the Local Education Authority, but the charity must foot the bill of setting up of the school, refurbishing the building and kitting it out with equipment before that can happen.
My son is dyslexic but the local education authority will not fund the cost for him to go to a private school that specialises in dyslexia.
In Gateshead, for example, the local education authority showed great initiative by inviting parents in to sample the menus.
The local education authority said he had not been able to use a new pounds 50,000 portable classroom because special safety furniture had yet to be installed.
The report found Newcastle did not differ, in terms of children's progress, from any other local education authority in England.

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