Institute attacked

4th June 2010 at 01:00
Lecturers attacked the Institute for Learning (IfL) for having "failed" members and called for the University and College Union (UCU) to survey branches on whether it should be abolished

Members at the weekend's annual congress said the IfL should campaign with the union in issues of pay and workload but instead it was merely "a continuing professional development enforcement body". They urged more union members to stand for the IfL's council to change it from within.

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