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Interim executive boards: appointment, membership and role

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Last updated on 21 September 2016
School types: Maintained · School phases: All
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What is the process for the appointment of an interim executive board? We look at when an interim executive board (IEB) can be appointed, and relay guidance on the membership and role of an IEB. We also look at access to IEB minutes and whether governors can request the implementation of an IEB.

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Contents

  1. 1 Appointment of an interim executive board
  2. 2 Membership of the IEB
  3. 3 Role and duties of an IEB
  4. 4 Can governors ask the LA to appoint an IEB?
  5. 5 Access to IEB minutes

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