ERIC Number: ED381112
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Going Further: Essays in Further Education.
Flint, Colin, Ed.; Austin, Michael, Ed.
This volume contains 16 essays on Further Education (FE) in the context of its changing status and role in the educational and economic life of Great Britain. The essays are grouped around four main themes: (1) FE and mission; (2) managerial responsibilities; (3) context; and (4) diversity. The essays are: "FE Makes Itself Indispensable" (Tony Robinson); "FE-All Dressed Up, but Does It Know Where To Go?" (Chris Hughes); "Quality-Beyond Systems" (David Toeman); "A Taste of Conscription--Looking Back at Entitlement" (Ruth Silver and Adrian Perry); "Towards a Credit Culture in Further Education" (Peter Wilson); "Devising a New Funding Methodology for Further Education--The Funding Learning Approach" (Richard Gorringe); "Colleges and Companies" (Andrea Spurling); "Equal Opportunities and Further Education" (Keith Wymer); "The American Community College and Its Links with Industry" (Patsy Fulton); "Urban Colleges--Success against All Odds" (Annette Zera); "Rural Colleges" (Bill Bleazard); "A New Era for Scottish Colleges" (Michael Taylor); "Human Resource Strategies in the New FE" (Kate Anderson); "Incorporation and the Sixth Form Colleges" (Geoff Higgins); and "Conclusions (Michael Austin). An appendix provides a key to acronyms. Includes an index. Many papers contain references. (JB)
Descriptors: College Credits, College Role, Community Colleges, Educational Change, Educational Quality, Equal Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Human Resources, Role of Education, Rural Schools, School Business Relationship, Student Rights, Urban Schools, Urban Universities
The Staff College, Coombe Lodge, Blagdon, Bristol BS18 6RG, England, United Kingdom (11.50 British pounds).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Staff Coll., Bristol (England).; Association for Colleges (England).
Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (Great Britain); United Kingdom (Scotland)