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    NJones
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    Good job we’ve got a great uni on our door step to help in the sector, but…..
    UCU condemns Glyndwr chief over plan to cut dozens of jobs | News | Times Higher Education

    #66854

    99DylanJones
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    Interesting that Councilors comment on other threads (well their alias) yet why are they not responding to this — are the comments to close to the truth

    #66845
    Alunh
    Alunh
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    You raise an interesting question Dylan. In part, as you ‘hint’ it has much to do with the awful state of things. But……..there’s more

    Politicians of at least two political parties find themselves over a real barrel on this one because they are glued to a bizarre interpretation of ‘equality’. Because all children have to be exposed ‘equally’ to ‘equal’ education, Wales is stuck in some sort of perverse time-warp. Mainstream state sector schools are replications of each other (with no variety), ist education system in the time of the classes of well over 30 children (of varying abilities) are exposed to (broadly) the same lessons, and so on.

    It is ironic that an actual Marxist school system in the time of the Soviets modelled itself on the British Butler Act and exposed children to education according to their needs and abilities. they did this so that the individual would be best served but so that society would be as well

    #66846
    Alunh
    Alunh
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    @alunh 12095 wrote:

    You raise an interesting question Dylan. In part, as you ‘hint’ it has much to do with the awful state of things. But……..there’s more

    Politicians of at least two political parties find themselves over a real barrel on this one because they are glued to a bizarre interpretation of ‘equality’. Because all children have to be exposed ‘equally’ to ‘equal’ education, Wales is stuck in some sort of perverse time-warp. Mainstream state sector schools are replications of each other (with no variety), whilst classes of well over 30 children (of varying abilities) are exposed to (broadly) the same lessons, and so on.

    It is ironic that an actual Marxist school system in the time of the Soviets modelled itself on the British Butler Act and exposed children to education according to their needs and abilities. they did this so that the individual would be best served but so that society would be as well

    Just correcting a blip

    #66852

    Katia
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    Reading the news about Glyndwr it won’t surprise me to read one day they will be putting the racecourse ground up for sale.
    Its probably the first thing somebody will think of doing when money gets even tighter.

    #66847
    Alunh
    Alunh
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    I presumed that when Glyndwr bought the ground that it was done to best advance the interests of the University. Whilst the Football Club remains viable, the University can benignly charge and receive a rent, but if that scenario changes, the University will do what it needs to do. Either way it’s a win win

    #66855

    99DylanJones
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    Wait and see the exciting news coming from Glyndwr for the expanded use of the ground — it will make money for them so no intention of disposal

    #66848
    Alunh
    Alunh
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    Quite agree Dylan and the University marketing plan is based upon US comparables involving Colleges, Sport and Social/Leisure amenities

    Inheritor decisions are very much based upon the contingency principle…..which all organisations will have

    #66839

    NJones
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    With the current state all the assets may be sold, Racecourse included, so no more bank loans to pay staff.

    #66856

    99DylanJones
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    The detail of the staff who may be lost is partly due to some courses not running from September reflected by the change in demand from students for different subject areas. Many similar establishments do the same this time of the year when they start to gauge which courses may be unpopular.

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