POST-16 EDUCATOR ON ZOOM
Jane Lethbridge discusses:
WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE CHANGING H.E. WORKFORCE?
Thursday 26 May 2022, 6.30 - 7.30
ZOOM LINK: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/75164010172?pwd=daPThrsljmLgQ4YI02DzJW1mPhZyTa.1
In December 2021, Alison Wolf and Andrew Jenkins published a report: The new staffing patterns of UK higher education. To start this PSE discussion, Jane Lethbridge will analyse this report and look at how these changes are reflected in one post-1992 university (University of Greenwich) and the implications of these changes. The risks, threats and radical scope of these changes will fundamentally change higher and further education in future.
The Real Radical Education?
Liberal and General Studies with vocational students in UK colleges 1950-1990 as revealed through interviews with practitioners who taught it.
Bulletin 1: origins; purpose; context October 2017
￼Bulletin 2: history; aims; legacy November 2018
A Post-16 Educator occasional publication
Post-16 Educator interviews candidates for Deputy General Secretary of the National Education Union
In October 2021, members of NEU elected Niamh Sweeney as Deputy General Secretary. Daniel Whittall spoke with all three candidates on behalf of Post-16 Educator, with a view to getting a sense of where each stands in relation to post-16 issues. Link to the transcripts here.
General Studies Project
Set up in July 2013, the Project aims to recapture the experience of those involved with Liberal Studies, General Studies and General and Communication Studies.
If you were a lecturer in this field, and/or you’re in touch with someone who is or was, and you’d like to be involved in this research, please contact us at this email address.