Colleges 2020

13998 ~ 7538 ~ Tony Dolphin ~ Tony Dolphin Tony Dolphin, ~ 9551 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ Jonathan Clifton Jonathan Clifton
~ 9529 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ David Blunkett David Blunkett, ~ 9529 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ David Blunkett David Blunkett, ~ 9529 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ David Blunkett David Blunkett, ~ 12478 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ Martin Doel Martin Doel, ~ 12479 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ Julian Gravatt Julian Gravatt, ~ 12480 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ J.D. Carpentieri J.D. Carpentieri, ~ 12481 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ John Vorhaus John Vorhaus, ~ 9648 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ Jill Rutter Jill Rutter, ~ 12482 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ Alan Brown Alan Brown, ~ 12483 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ John Bryan John Bryan, ~ 12484 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ John Widdowson John Widdowson, ~ 12485 ~ Colleges 2020 ~ Kevin J. Dougherty Kevin J. Dougherty
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Published Tue 16 Mar 2010
Experts on colleges in the UK look at how current challenges might affect teaching methods, building design, the way colleges cope with a diverse student body, the way they work with local partners and how they balance meeting the needs of business while also delivering social value.

The college sector in the UK is diverse and dynamic, comprising general and tertiary further education colleges, sixth form colleges and specialist colleges. Over the next decade the sector will face many challenges. Public funding is likely to be cut but colleges will be expected to play a major role in developing the employment skills needed by the workforce to enable the UK to be competitive in global markets, while also continuing to help strengthen local communities.

How colleges respond to these challenges will go a long way to determining the shape of the college system and the nature of individual colleges in 2020.

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