By: Alix Robertson

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A group of specialist colleges say there is a conflict of interest over devolving high needs funding to “compromised” local authorities and are calling on the government to...
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The chairs of the Business, Innovation and Skills and Public Accounts Committees have demanded to see key government documents relating to the cost of controversial planned closure of...
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The National Union of Students has voted to keep its vice president for FE for a second term. Shakira Martin, the NUS’ outspoken vice president for FE, will...
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The government has today announced the employer time limit on using their levy funds, due for introduction in April 2017. The news came in an updated guide to the...
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The Government has admitted to missing its target to recruit 300 ‘volunteer enterprise advisers’ by the end of March this year, with 127 places yet to be filled....
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The Association of Colleges (AoC) has announced Ian Ashman, principal of Hackney Community College, as its President-elect. Mr Ashman will take over from current president John Widdowson on...
FE Experts
Nichola Hay explains how and why she helped launch an innovative network of apprenticeship champions to provide better information and advice about the benefits of the vocational training...
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An advert has appeared on a government website for an apprenticeship vacancy with Tata Steel — even though the troubled firm wants to sell-off all its UK operations....
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Midday update: Sadly Martin Doel hasn’t been appointed our new editor, because this was, of course, another infamous FE Week April Fool. However, today does mark the start of...
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The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has led a one-day national strike for sixth-form college’s (SFCs) across the country, including a march on Parliament to protest against cuts...
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Middlesbrough College has been confirmed as the latest new member of 157 Group, FE Week can reveal. Zoe Lewis (pictured above), principal and chief executive, announced the news...