The Inner London Education Authority after the Abolition of the Greater London Council

In January 1981 two of the present authors wrote a report for the CPS, The Inner London Education Authority: A Case for Reform. In it they trace the development of the ILEA since it was set up under the London government act of 1963, looked at its composition and constitution, drew attention to a number of features which caused concern, concluded that there was need for reform and ended by putting forward recommendations.

John McIntosh, Frederick Naylor, Laurence Norcross - Thursday, 27th October, 1983