education authorities

education authorities

In England there are 152 LEAs and in Wales the councils of the counties Act as the LEA for the schools in their jurisdictions (although, in Wales the term LEA is no longer used).
LEAs generally have responsibilities for the funding and distribution of the funding for schools in their areas, they are responsible for admissions and the number of places at each school, they employ the staff that work in voluntary controlled schools and generally are responsible for the children in their care.

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London Borough of Bromley
Bromley Civic Centre
Stockwell Close
Bromley BR1 3UH
020 8313 4044

Each académie organises its own induction course for all language assistants. This course is designed to inform assistants about the administrative procedures that they will have to follow once they arrive in France. They will also receive pedagogical training to help get ready for their new position as language assistants. It is also an opportunity to meet other assistants from their académie.
This page contains practical information about the académies (education authorities) which host language assistants: presentation of the académie, location, climate, environment, transport, cultural and tourist attractions, specific information for language assistants, etc.
These details are for information purposes only. France Éducation international cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information found in this section.

Is Key decision?: No
Decision Maker: Leader of the County Council

References:

http://www.croydon.gov.uk/education/schools-new/school-admissions/how-to-apply/faqs/nea
http://www.ciep.fr/en/foreign-language-assistants-in-france/practical-information-about-the-local-educational-authorities
http://council.lancashire.gov.uk/ieDecisionDetails.aspx?ID=348
http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/DfES

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