Education tracker 2019 [Archived]

The following Local Government practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Education tracker 2019 [Archived]
  • Legislation and statutory guidance
  • Further and Higher Education
  • Compulsory Education
  • Bills: passage through parliament
  • Access to Palliative Care and Treatment of Children Bill [HL] (Baroness Finlay of Llandaff)
  • School Admissions for Children Adopted from Overseas Bill [HL] (Baroness Whitaker)
  • Higher Education Cheating Services Prohibition Bill [HL] 2017–19 (Private Members Bill—Lord Storey)
  • Schools Bill 2017–19 (Private Members Bill—Mr Christopher Chope)
  • Schools (Mental Health and Wellbeing) Bill [HL] 2017–19 (Private Members Bill—Baroness Tyler of Enfield)
  • More...

Education tracker 2019 [Archived]

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained.

This Lexis®PSL Local Government Education tracker 2019 [Archived] contains a historical record of current awareness, consultations, legislations and developments tracked by the Education tracker from 2019 which have ceased to be current, the period for consultation has ended or legislation that has now come into force. Secondary legislation is archived two months after it is in force. Cases and primary legislation are archived 12 months after coming into force or after judgment is handed down. Developments from 2016–18 are available in the Education tracker archives for each of those respective years. See: Education tracker 2018 [Archived], Education tracker 2017 [Archived] and Education tracker 2016 [Archived].

For ease of reference, the tracker has been divided into the following sections:

  1. Legislation and statutory guidance

  2. Bills: passage through parliament

  3. Consultations and developments of interest

  4. Cases

Legislation and statutory guidance

Further and Higher Education

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Education (Student Finance) (Amendments to Student Eligibility) (Wales) Regulations 2019, SI 2019/119219 August 2019Definition of leave to remain inserted
Amendments are made to pieces of Welsh subordinate legislation in order to insert into the definition of ‘leave to enter or remain’, individuals granted leave to remain on the grounds of family life. The Regulations will come into force on 9 September 2019. See: LNB

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