Kennedy Report

Kennedy Report

the UK report of the Widening Participation Committee (full title: Learning Works, Widening Participation in Further Education, 1997) chaired by Helena Kennedy QC. The Committee was established in December 1994 by the Further Education Funding Council to advise on the identification of under-represented groups in the sector and how funding arrangements should be developed to facilitate WIDENING PARTICIPATION. The Report is significant in placing FURTHER EDUCATION at the centre of a national strategy to widen participation and build a LEARNING SOCIETY (compare LIFELONG LEARNING). A broad recommendation was the rejection of business-orientated approaches to education promoted under THATCHERISM and the implementation of strategic partnerships, i.e. alliances of local 'S takeholders’ to promote ‘social inclusion’. see also SOCIAL EXCLUSION.
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Many members of the armed forces community in Wales had commented on the need for a residential centre for veterans as 'something you can see, touch and feel', but the Kennedy report recommended against that, on terms of reference set by the Welsh Government, concluding there was no evidence or strong support 'to warrant a residential facility which supports veterans with PTSD, so long as sufficient capacity exists within existing NHS and Third Sector providers'.
The Kennedy report looked into the response to concerns raised about Paterson at the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust.
They will then begin to interview other witnesses, review evidence, and also refer to the Kennedy report on Paterson's work at Solihull Hospital, which was published in 2013.
AT 6 YEARS OLD, TIFFANY SMITH-ANOA'I KNEW SHE wanted to be a sports journalist after seeing Jayne Kennedy report from the NFL sidelines.
The Kennedy report notes, "Deloitte brings a strong value proposition to cyber security consulting by melding its industry expertise, its 'one approach, one model,' cyber security-specific investments, and C-suite communication capabilities.
The Kennedy Report, published in 1969, continues to be the most influential study on native education policy.
The number going bust jumped 38% to 670 in the first three months of 2012, accountants Wilkins Kennedy report.
It immediately began to pressure MSHA to lessen safety inspections, according to the Kennedy report.
John Hall and Ashley Kennedy report on their experience with using entries in tutors' journals as the springboard for discussions on tutoring.
The Kennedy report into paediatric cardiac deaths at Bristol Royal Infirmary recommended all doctors operating on children should have specialist training
The Kennedy report, published two months ago, recommended that such a protocol now be made compulsory.