Teaching and Learning in Further Education: Diversity and Change
Further education colleges now deliver education and training to more students than any other institutions in the post compulsory sector. In these colleges, students from as young as 14 to adults in late old age participate in a wide range of academic and vocational programs, and such diversity makes FE colleges both volatile and stimulating environments in which to work. This new edition incorporates changes to and developments in certain aspects of the FE sector since the first edition was published.
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