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The move towards professionalising governance

More and more colleges are appointing directors of governance and are even paying their governors, as they look to...

Jessica Fino
Jessica Fino
Opinion

Should a college principal have multiple jobs?

Dr Sue Pember, director of policy and external relations at Holex, answers your questions on college governance, backed by...

Sue Pember
Sue Pember
Opinion

Should college principals be involved in governance?

Dr Sue Pember, director of policy and external relations at Holex, answers your questions on college governance, backed by...

Sue Pember
Sue Pember
Opinion

Will college governors have to justify high executive salaries?

Dr Sue Pember, director of policy and external relations at Holex, answers your questions on college governance, backed by...

Sue Pember
Sue Pember
Opinion

How can college governors impact government policy?

Dr Sue, director of policy and external relations at Holex, answers your questions on college governance, backed by her...

Sue Pember
Sue Pember
Opinion

Is it wrong to make GCSE grade 4 our college entry requirement?

Dr Sue, director of policy and external relations at Holex, answers your questions on college governance, backed by her...

Sue Pember
Sue Pember
Opinion

More women on boards will increase college success

There are some barriers preventing women from joining college boards, but the evidence shows their involvement boosts success rates....

Expert Contributor
Expert Contributor
Opinion

Are governors responsible for sub-contractors?

Dr Sue, director of policy and external relations at Holex, answers your questions, backed by her experience as principal...

Sue Pember
Sue Pember
Opinion

Are college governors personally liable if something goes wrong?

Dr Sue answers your questions on all aspects of governance, from taking time off to liability.   Question One:...

Sue Pember
Sue Pember