Governance must strengthen FE sector role in local communities

November 2013
Workplace Learning & Skills Bulletin;11/4/2013, Issue 92, p4
The article reports on the need for the British government to strengthen the role of the further education (FE) sector in local communities in Great Britain in 2013.


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