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Report praises council progress

COMHAIRLE nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council) has made progress delivering education and social work over the past year and doesn’t need additional scrutiny, according to a report. The 2018/19 Audit Scotland Local Scrutiny Plan identified the council is receiving Scottish Attainment Challenge support, with pupil equity funding in place in schools. The plan also found there is strong strategic leadership and that the comhairle has appropriate governance in place to ensure educational provision is well organised and well led. Outcomes for young people are improving and are more positive compared to youngsters with similar needs and backgrounds from across the country.

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