AoC board refuses to stand down over Ward

February 13, 1998

THE BOARD of the Association of Colleges is standing firm in the face of calls from more than 150 principals for it to stand down after the unresolved Roger Ward affair. Chairman Jim Scrimshaw said that only a majority of the AoC's members could force resignations. Colin Flint, principal of Solihull College, who is leading the protests, said the 150 principals are now considering resigning from the AoC.

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