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Ruth Hunt and Katherine Cowan.Further Education is the most diverse of all the education sectors. Managing diversity and promoting equality, a legislative requirement of the Equalities Act, brings significant challenges for practitioners who are tasked with making the rhetoric of politicians a reality, often with little guidance and few resources.5/5.
A level content: equality analysis; Equality and diversity within DfE. including from higher and further education and the Skills Funding Agency, are. Equality and Diversity in Further Education by Sheine Peart Further Education is the most diverse of all the education sectors.
Managing diversity and promoting equality, a legislative requirement of the Equalities Act, brings significant challenges for practitioners who are tasked with making the rhetoric of politicians a reality, often.
With the imminent merger of the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) with the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education (LFHE), ECU’s Chief Executive, David Ruebain, reflects on what has been achieved in promoting equality and diversity (E&D) in higher and further education, on the merger itself.
Equality and diversity in learning and teaching in higher education Summary of papers from Equality Challenge Unit and Higher Education Academy joint conferences. Equality and Diversity in Further Education 30 May by Sheine Peart and Susan Wallace.
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