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Local Authorities who responded to September 2009 request for information.

Date requested: October 28, 2009

Summary:

Cand the DCSF supply a list of all Local Authorities who responded to Graham Badman's call for further evidence on 17 September 2009 regarding the Report into Home Education. And the information provided by those Authorities in their responses.

Release:

Enclosed isa list of all Local Authorities who responded to Graham Badman's call for further evidence on 17 September 2009 regarding the Report into Home Education. You also requested information provided by those Authorities in their responses. 

The list of all Local Authorities who responded, can be found in the attached document. Additional information provided by the Local Authorities can be found in Graham Badman?s letter to Barry Sheerman available at      

http://www.dcsf.gov.uk/everychildmatters/ete/independentreviewofhomeeducation/irhomeeducation

The letter encloses responses from the 74 LAs. 

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