Research and analysis

Using sustainable development to improve learning

Ofsted good practice example showing how Walsall Adult and Community College contributes to the local economy.

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Walsall Adult and Community College - good practice example.pdf

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Walsall Adult and Community College (WACC) was judged to be outstanding for overall effectiveness at its inspection in 2012 and its leaders attributed this achievement to a shared vision and commitment to sustainable development. This example looks at how the college implemented sustainable development through the management of resources, the learning opportunities provided and engagement with the local community.

Published 7 October 2013