More HE than FE in Ulster

5th November 2004 at 00:00
Good to see post-16 education getting plenty of attention from Sinn Fein, which seems to know something the rest of us don't about the future of colleges in the province.

"Sinn Fein employment and learning spokesperson Michael Ferguson has said that variable deferred fees will damage access to further education after the announcement of the consultation on draft legislation," said a piece of SF blurb hurriedly emailed to education correspondents.

Luckily, though, it was intended to refer to HE, not FE.

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