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Title: The cost of everything and the value of nothing: What is next for the FE sector? (Forthcoming)
Author(s): Husband, Gary
Mycroft, Louise
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Editor(s): Tummons, J
Citation: Husband G & Mycroft L (2019) The cost of everything and the value of nothing: What is next for the FE sector? (Forthcoming). In: Tummons J (ed.) PCET: Learning and Teaching in the Post Compulsory Sector. London: SAGE Publications.
Keywords: Transformation
policy actors
teacher education
professional development
good help
anti-heroic leadership
Issue Date: 29-Sep-2019
Abstract: First paragraph: In this chapter, we sketch out the here-and-now and suggest possible futures for post-compulsory education and training (PCET), whilst exploring our confliction with the label itself. We then offer a number of different trajectories of thought and warning against inertia. The chapter will end with our vision of how a healthy, empowering ‘FE’ can be achieved.
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