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Leave us alone to get on with it, says Doel

Incorporation as the start of a challenge, not the end of one The journey to college self-improvement needs at...

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The New Zealand experience

Successful changes to how FE institutions are governed in New Zealand should prompt scrutiny of governance in British institutions,...

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FE Week Reporter
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In charge of their own destinies

Incorporation may have been a challenge too far for many, but it has left colleges free to meet the...

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FE Week Reporter
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Fair funding leads to focus on learners

Incorporation in 1993 gave colleges the welcome ability to respond quickly and flexibly to changing circumstances. Colleges became legally...

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FE Week Reporter
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Seeking solutions in testing times

It’s not just a lack of government cash that is bringing about a redefinition of the relationship between learner,...

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FE Week Reporter
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The day a cheque for £1.8m arrived

Julian Gravatt remembers the first week of Incorporation. The reforms may be a distant memory, but they still pack...

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FE Week Reporter
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Twenty years of freedoms and constraints

The government announcement of a new FE commissioner to reform inadequate provision in the latest skills strategy Rigour and...

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FE Week Reporter
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Keeping our eyes on the prize

What did Incorporation do for sixth-form colleges? Well, says David Igoe, few principals and governing bodies would choose to...

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FE Week Reporter
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Plans for the ideal estate

The state-of-the-art Gordon Banks Sports Centre helped win Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC) the West Midlands Sports College of the Year...

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FE Week Reporter