Tes FE Podcast: What the 100-year life means for FE

Tes columnist Sarah Simons talks to Professor Andrew Scott about the changing shape of work and what that means for education

Sarah Simons

Should teaching staff in colleges be known as teachers or as lecturers?

In this week's Tes FE podcast, Andrew Scott, professor of economics at London Business School and co-author of the critically acclaimed book The 100-Year Life: Living and Working in an Age of Longevity, joins Tes columnist Sarah Simons to discuss the changing shape of work and what that means for education. 

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Sarah Simons

Sarah Simons

Sarah Simons works in colleges and adult community education in the East Midlands and is the director of UKFEchat

Find me on Twitter @MrsSarahSimons

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