8th August 1997 at 01:00
If we are to hold LEAs to account for their performance, we owe it to them to ensure that they have a clear job description.

from the Excellence in Schools White Paper, July 1997

We do not propose to set out a full job description because, in general, LEA functions, duties and powers are already adequately covered in legislation.

from the technical paper on the White Paper, August 1997

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