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12 Education in social work establishments. S

After section 14 of the principal Act there shall be inserted the following section—

14A Education in social work establishments.

(1)An education authority may, in accordance with this section, provide for their area school education in any establishment provided by a local authority under section 59(1) or (2) of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 which is provided wholly or mainly for children under school age (other than any establishment whose provision is secured by them under paragraph (c) of the said section 59(2)).

(2)The provision of school education referred to in subsection (1) above shall consist of the making available by the education authority, in accordance with arrangements made by them in that behalf with the local authority providing the establishment, of the services of any teacher who is employed by them.

(3)Arrangements under subsection (2) above may make provision for—

(a)the supply of equipment for use in connection with the provision of school education made available under the arrangements;

(b)any supplementary or incidental matters connected with the arrangements.

(4)A teacher whose services are made available by an education authority in pursuance of arrangements under subsection (2) above shall, during the period in which his services are made available, be deemed to be in a post in a primary department of a school under the management of the education authority..

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