By: Jude

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The college that came out bottom in FE Week’s national college league table, unveiled just four days ago, has slumped from ‘good’ to ‘inadequate’ in a new Ofsted...
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A last-minute donation from the new FE commissioner pushed the total money raised at the FE Week 2016 annual charity auction past £14,000 – breaking the previous record. ...
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The FE sector is not doomed, the new commissioner has insisted during upbeat speech dismissing claims that it was “failing”. In his first major address to sector leaders...
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Sector leaders should expect sage advice on how to excel in all areas from the new FE Commissioner, now that his former college has come out on top...
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Ministers have decided to extend the five per cent threshold of tolerance on the condition of funding rule into 2017/18 allocations, the director at the Education Funding Agency...
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Leading vocational education adviser Professor Alison Wolf has demanded action from the government to stem the decline in higher level technical qualifications. Her new report for the Education...
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A college that leapt to the rescue during one of the most disastrous mergers of recent years now plans to join forces with its neighbour. East Kent College,...
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The government’s handling of the new Institute for Apprenticeships has been “shambolic” according to shadow skills minister Gordon Marsden, after it evaded a series of parliamentary enquiries about...
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The colleges that are most successful at helping unemployed learners move into work have been named, in the latest learner destination data. The new experimental data on outcome...
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Offenders will be able to work towards an apprenticeship while in prison for the first time under new plans put forward by the government. The new prisoner apprenticeship...
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