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20.—(1) The information prescribed for the purposes of sections 141D(3) and 141E(3)(1) of the Education Act 2002 is the information set out in paragraph (2).
(2) The information referred to in paragraph (1) is—
(a)information (including copies of relevant documents) relating to the teacher and the teacher’s conduct; and
(b)details (including copies of relevant documents) of any investigation into the teacher’s conduct, including details of any disciplinary proceedings and the outcome of such proceedings.
Sections 141D and 141E impose a duty on a relevant employer or an agent to consider whether it would be appropriate to provide prescribed information about the teacher to the Secretary of State when they have ceased to use the services of a teacher because the teacher has been guilty of serious misconduct, or might have done so had the teacher not ceased to provide those services or to be available for work.
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