Mixing up centres and systems;Letter

28th May 1999 at 01:00
WHILE I did "found" ALIS, the A-level informal system (TES, May 14), the curriculum, evaluation and management centre was founded by a much-loved colleague, Colin McCabe, who was then dean of education at the University of Newcastle.

Colin brought in a set of technical vocational educational initiative evaluations and these formed the first work of the CEM Centre.

Carol Taylor Fitz-Gibbon, Director, curriculum, evaluation and management centre, School of education, University of Durham

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