157 Group paper

27th November 2009 at 00:00

In last week's story "`Embracing efficiency' could save FE from frontline cuts, claims 157 Group" we said that the 157 Group paper Protecting Services to Students by Targeting Cuts and Embracing Efficiency was commissioned by Graham Holley. It was in fact commissioned by Graham Moore, immediate past chairman of the group. Apologies to Mr Moore and to Mr Holley, who is chief executive of the Training and Development Agency for Schools.

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