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Ian NashIan Nash is a journalist and former advertising copywriter with more than 30 years’ editorial experience. He writes extensively on further education and work-based training and provides media support services for national and regional education organisations.

He created TES/FE Focus – the first national newspaper to produce a publication for the FE sector – which he edited for 12 years. He is also responsible for more than 30 sponsored magazines on further and adult education, business-education links, 14-19 education and IT in colleges.

Ian stepped down as Associate FE Editor in January 2008 to devote more time to Nash&Jones Partnership. He is also a member of the Policy Consortium, an advice, research & development support network. Other publications include Overcoming Social Exclusion Through Adult Learning, which he wrote when seconded from the TES to the OECD. Ian is also FE Editor for Education Journal and has a blog at http://www.empra.co.uk. Ian is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.




Sue JonesSue Jones is a freelance journalist, writer, education book reviewer, editor and former teacher. She was head of history at a large Hertfordshire comprehensive before changing careers in 1999.

A specialist writer on education and training – from secondary school level to higher education – she has written widely for The TES, BBC Website, independent publishers and national education organisations.

Sue has an extensive range of journalism skills – writing features, reviews, resources for print and the web, specialist books and conference reports. She has considerable experience interpreting complex ideas for parents and the wider public. Additional skills include professional proof reading and general editing. Sue is an editor for Senior Press.

Publications include Writing References for Higher Education: a comprehensive guide for tutors and The Leadership Challenges of Globalisation.




 
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