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Bruised but never battered

Adult education has faced constant batterings in the past 20 years, says Alan Tuckett. But, like ground elder, it...

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Classrooms play computer catch-up

Incorporation has brought about many changes in FE, but the sector is still being outstripped by the pace of...

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College future built on chequered past

A surge of optimism over college buildings in 2007 came to a crashing halt just over a year later...

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Colleges ‘still’ need to get in-line online

When Dick Moore (pictured) left Sheffield College to join a dotcom start-up company in the US he had the...

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Inspecting the inspectors

Ofsted is just the most recent of the bodies tasked with inspecting further education — but that doesn’t necessarily...

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The same old inspection story?

It could have been yesterday with the chief inspector for colleges telling a small gathering: “From here on, satisfactory...

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A new focus for governors in a new era

On the first day, conference chair Professor Bill Lucas and Exeter College principal Richard Atkins talked about the sector’s...

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Why all workplaces are sites of learning

“Have you been sent here as a reward . . . or as a punishment?” Lorna Unwin asked more...

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What to do when you want to move up a level

The prospect of making the leap into leadership without any guidance can be daunting for senior staff. “I’d been...

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