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Further Education Funding Council : circular 00/06

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College Performance Indicators 1998-99 and 1999-2000 Statistics College Performance Indicators 1998-99 and 1999-2000 THE FURTHER EDUCATION FUNDING COUNCIL Summary This circular is for college principals, chairs of college corporations, heads of external institutions and heads of higher education institutions receiving Council funding. It seeks feedback on proposals for changes to the number and type of performance indicators to be published in September 2000, in respect of 1998-99. A new performance indicator for widening participation is proposed. 00/06Circular For action Contents paragraph Introduction 1 Approach to Performance Indicators 6 Relevance of the Indicators 8 Options and Context 11 Proposals 17 Timing 19 Credibility Checks by Colleges 20 Responses 21 Annexes A Background and Approach to College Performance Indicators B Response to Consultation Responses by 14 April 2000 Further information Funding and statistics support desk Tel 024 7686 3224 or write to: The Further Education Funding Council Cheylesmore House Quinton Road Coventry CV1 2WT. Website THE FURTHER EDUCATION FUNDING COUNCIL College Performance Indicators 1998-99 and 1999-2000 Introduction 1 This circular sets out proposals for college performance indicators to be published by the Council for 1998-99 and 1999-2000. Responses to the consultation are requested by 14 April 2000. 2 Following the publication of External Institutions: Final Report of the Review Group and the Council’s decision to converge external institutions’ funding, it is the Council’s intention to publish performance indicators for external institutions for 1998-99. This circular is being sent to external institutions for information. External institutions will have a further opportunity to comment on their institution’s performance indicators before publication. 3 This circular is also being sent to higher education institu

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