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The core and margin approach simply made explicit the maximum reduction in funding that the Further education reformed 44 Council believed a college could tolerate in a single year (10 per cent) and this was used as a starting point for its allocations. When the vote was taken, the sector was overwhelmingly in favour of the radical new approach, Option E. This may have been partly because the FEFC showed greatest enthusiasm for it (not least in an explanatory video targeted at college governors), but there was undoubtedly also the feeling of it being a new beginning, specially formulated for further education, and an approach that really did attempt to relate funding to student learning.
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