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Structures of Governance in English Secondary Schooling and their Antecedents: The Cambridgeshire Village College Meets the Academy Trust

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Gordon Johnson is Chair of the Cam Academy Trust and former President of Wolfson College, Cambridge. Gillian Sutherland is a Fellow Emerita of Newnham College, Cambridge, and was Chair of the Stephen Perse Foundation, Cambridge, from 1999–2018.

They will discuss structures of school governance past and present and the challenges faced. The history of the Village College movement in Cambridgeshire and the tradition of educational provision developed by those colleges was the starting point which initiated this discussion.

This talk is part of the Faculty of Education Seminars series.

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