Education and/or Training: Theological Programming in the Church of England

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Thirty years ago, most UK Polytechnics abandoned their name and identity in exchange for becoming a new University.  The government had opened several new universities during the 1960s (e.g., Bath, Sussex, etc.) and in addition had created thirty Polytechnics “in an attempt to ensure working-class communities benefited” from the expansion of higher education. Unlike universities “Polytechnics tended to serve their local communities and offered more vocational-oriented qualifications, accredited by professional bodies”.

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