Next week the Assessment panel convenes to appoint the new FE Commissioner, a post that has become increasingly important in setting the culture of the FE colleges sector, in my view not always for the better. The composition of the panel gives me cause for optimism about the factors they will take into account in their decision making. The role of the new Commissioner needs to adapt to the reality that the challenges in running a successful FE college are, after 10 years of austerity, now almost insurmountable.
The #BlackLivesMatter movement has forced many nations and organisations globally to examine themselves – their policies, but most importantly, their practices - and the extent to which they can truly say they are anti-racist.
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