FE brought to account

May 28, 2004

Jane Davidson, the Welsh Assembly's education minister, has rejected calls for the assembly to intervene in the funding of further education colleges in Wales to rescue the sector from a cash crisis.

Assembly members warned that 13 out of 25 colleges were in the red. Ms Davidson said it was up to college managers to "plan prudently" and take action to balance their budgets.

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