Education watchdog Ofsted announced yesterday that it will be sending inspectors into local authority areas where a high proportion of pupils are failing to get an education at schools rated "outstanding" or "good" by the watchdog.
What does LASAAC stand for?
LASAAC stands for Local Authority (Scotland) Accounts Advisory Committee
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- Military and Government
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- Lincoln Adult Soccer Association
- Líneas Automáticas Sociedad Anónima (Spanish)
- Lojas Americanas SA (Portuguese: American Stores; Brazil)
- Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam
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- Lagos State Signage and Advertising Agency (Nigeria)
- Los Angeles Sheriff's Athletic Association
- Los Angeles Shelby American Automobile Club (California)
- Leadership and Social Awareness Camp
- Legal Aid Society of Alameda County (California)
- Licensed Associate Substance Abuse Counselor
- Louisiana Association of Substance Abuse Counselors and Trainers
- Limited Access System Administrative Fund (US Department of Commerce)
- Louisiana Association of School Administrators of Federally Assisted Programs
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- Latin American Studies Association of Korea
- Large Aperture Scanning Airborne Lidar
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A local authority v a mother, a father and an aunt  High Court (Family Division) Peter Jackson J 15 June 2012 EWHC 1637 (Fam) C was a child who had been removed from her family as a result of neglect, her parents' volatile relationship and offending, and her mother's mental health difficulties.
The Electricity Control Board has called for the restructuring of the Local Authority surcharges in a move meant to lessen the burden of electricity consumers in the country.
Furthermore, a local authority may speed up deployment of very high broadband networks across its territory by allowing, in the rules and regulations governing its street and road system, less intrusive civil engineering techniques (micro-trenching, also called low-depth trenching, groove trenches, etc.