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Why Colleges Succeed and Why Colleges Fail

Inspection & Quality
Skills for Life Network

Two reports now available from OFSTED looking at why colleges fail and why they succeed

“The two parallel reports, Why colleges succeed and Why colleges fail , are based on evidence drawn from the inspections of 307 further education sector colleges carried out between April 2001 and June 2004 and 42 independent specialist colleges (for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities) inspected from January 2002.”

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