Cuts: The kind of post I don’t want to write

Sam Shepherd

It’s the holidays. I’m looking at a month or so of mostly being with my family, seeing some interesting places and generally taking the metaphorical weight off my feet. I’d been planning a blog post for this time of year about what I’d taken from last year, what I had learned, and what I was going to take forward into the new academic year. The kind of post that gets no comments, and the kind of post which I’m sure there are a few people out there would much rather I stuck to.

I’m not going to write that post, I’m afraid. To spend a few hundred words mulling over the strengths and shortfalls of last year is simply not something I can do, because, you see, I’m not thinking about it. By now, of course, most people in FE will have heard about the Skills Funding Agency’s announcement that…

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