£14m to improve FE leadership and governance announced

According to TES, almost £14 million will be invested in improving leadership and governance across the further education sector.

The package of investment unveiled today by the Department for Education includes a £9 million “college collaboration fund”, which builds on the strategic college improvement fund and will “support colleges to work together to share their knowledge, expertise and best practice to boost the quality of education and training on offer”.

In addition, £200,000 will be spent on two governance pilots to test “new and innovative approaches to boost the skills and improve the governance of college boards to make sure they achieve the best outcomes for students”.

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