Adult education campaigners lose 25% of assets

LONDON, UK–The country’s leading campaigning group for lifelong learning has lost a quarter of its assets with the banking collapse in Iceland. Niace, the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, had £1.9m invested on a six-month fixed-term deposit with the investment bank Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander, which went into administration last week. full story

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