Canterbury tales of a new crusade

18th August 2000 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Susan Pember will be leaving her current post as principal of Canterbury College in Kent to spearhead the Government's latest initiative to tackle poor numeracy and litercy skills among adults. As director of the new Adult Basic Skills Strategy Unit, she starts work when the unit becomes operational this autumn. Photograph by GEOFF FRANKLIN.

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