The TES is reporting that Sally Collier, chief executive officer of the Crown Commercial Service, has been named as the government’s preferred candidate for chief regulator of Ofqual.
It follows the departure of Glenys Stacey, who led the regulator for five years until stepping down at the end of last month…
Ms Collier will face questions by the education select committee on Wednesday 16 March. She has more than 20 years of experience in the civil service.
Following the evidence session, the Committee will publish a report of its opinion on the candidate’s suitability for the role.
More at: Government names new head of Ofqual
Read more on this directly from the DfE at: Education Secretary selects new Ofqual Chief Regulator
Read Nicky Morgan’s letter to Neil Carmichael of the education select committee in full:Letter-from-the-Secretary-of-State-to-the-Committee-regarding-the-Governments-preferred-candidate-for-Chief-Regulator-of-Ofqual
Any insights into Sally Collier or what we might expect if her appointment as Dame Glenys Stacey’s replacement at Ofqual is confirmed?
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