A small principality

Merrick, Neil
May 1998
People Management;5/28/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p42
Discusses information about further education in the United Kingdom. Increase in the number of female principals in colleges of further education; Massive transformation undergone by further education during the five years since colleges left local-authority control in April 1993; Importance of integrating management and student equal opportunities. INSET: Community test.


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