To mark Challenge Poverty Week, CDN Chief Executive Jim Metcalfe sets out the role colleges can play.
Jim writes that ‘CDN’s latest research is a national college Poverty and Deprivation Enquiry, analysing the ways in which colleges can work across the country to address complex poverty challenges in Scotland’s communities. This week is Challenge Poverty Week in Scotland, which is all about raising awareness and support for solutions to poverty, so now feels like the perfect time to tell you about this important research.’
Read the full article in TES FE News here.
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