By: Billy Camden

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More than 10 per cent of university technical colleges are now expected to close, just six years since they were first introduced. The latest to close its doors...
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There will be no delay to apprenticeship funding reforms, the government has insisted, despite growing concerns in the sector over a series of setbacks to key policy details....
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Ofsted could be heading for an embarrassing U-turn over its surprise decision to threaten providers with legal action over their unauthorised use of its logo to advertise ‘good’...
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A senior MP has vowed to fight Hull College all the way over a string of job losses it wants to make. Karl Turner, former shadow attorney general...
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Controversial plans for a post-16 academic and vocational divide have been rejected by key backer of under-fire university technical colleges Lord Baker. The Tory peer, who founded the...
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Wave four of the post-16 education and training area reviews has been launched, even though the sector is still waiting on important government guidance that should have been...
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A number of universities have breached the A-level results embargo and confirmed student places ahead of results day tomorrow. One university also released grade information directly to students,...
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The man in charge of Ofqual’s vocational arm, Jeremy Benson, has decided to leave the exams regulator after nearly six years, in light of the recent skills plan....
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Ofsted’s chief inspector’s criticism about “uniformly weak” careers guidance in colleges has been exposed for lacking any identifiable external source or inspection based evidence. Sir Michael Wilshaw made...
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A government skills agency has set aside £2m to pay off its staff following confirmation of its closure. The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) announced in...
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Ofsted’s chief inspector has slammed university technical colleges (UTC) and told them that they need to make “radical improvement” if the model is to survive. Sir Michael Wilshaw,...