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23 Duty of local education authorities
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23Duty of local education authorities
(1) If a local education authority does not secure the provision of education and training (and connected organised leisure-time occupation) in accordance with provisions included in a plan under section 22(3) the Secretary of State may direct the authority to do so.
(2) The authority must act in accordance with the direction, but only if the Council provides it with any financial resources which the authority reasonably requires to enable it to do so.
To be appointed
To be appointed: see s 154(1)(a).
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