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Reinspection of curriculum areas 1995-96 : report from the Inspectorate

Further Education Funding Council (FEFC), corp creator. (1996) Reinspection of curriculum areas 1995-96 : report from the Inspectorate. [ FEFC Reinspection Report 109/98 ; 122/96 ]

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Abstract

REINSPECTION OF CURRICULUM AREAS, FEBRUARY 1995 TO MAY 1996 The Council has agreed that colleges with curriculum areas judged by the inspectorate to have more weaknesses than strengths (grade 4 or 5) may have their funding agreement with the Council qualified to prevent them increasing the number of new students enrolled in those areas until the Council is satisfied that the weaknesses have been addressed satisfactorily. The Council requires that colleges are given the opportunity to have curriculum areas graded 4 or 5 reinspected within a year of their original reinspection. Colleges may request the Council to defer reinspection if they do not believe that sufficient improvements in provision have been achieved. This is a report on those curriculum areas, reinspected between February 1995 and May 1996. Inspectors visited 22 colleges to reinspect 28 curriculum areas which had been judged by the inspectorate to have more weaknesses than strengths. Significant improvements were found in all areas. The reinspection grades are shown in the table below, with information about those colleges with curriculum areas graded 4 or 5 which will be included in a future reinspection report.

Item Type: Document from Web
Publisher: Further Education Funding Council
Series Name: FEFC Reinspection Report 109/98 ; 122/96
Depositing User: Editor (1)
Date Deposited: 22 Jun 2011 12:37
Last Modified: 17 Aug 2012 14:54
URI: http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/id/eprint/3532
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