By: Paul Offord

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Jeremy Corbyn address this year’s Association of Colleges annual conference. The annual event at at the ICC in Birmingham is one of the key events in the FE...
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The Association of Colleges has expressed regret for offering staff a one-per-cent payrise – and has come in for heavy criticism from the unions for its trouble. “We...
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The Liberal Democrat leader has backed the creation of lifelong learning accounts in his party conference speech today. Sir Vince Cable, who published a report with the National...
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A college in one of London’s richest boroughs has delayed its final decision on whether to abandon one of its campuses to make way for housing, amid mounting...
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A sixth-form college is in grave danger of running out of cash in the next 12 months, after a report uncovered shocking financial turmoil. The sixth-form commissioner Peter...
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Five new university technical colleges have opened their doors this month, including one that was so popular it had to increase capacity before it even opened. But with...
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Two men have pleaded guilty following a Serious Fraud Office investigation into now-defunct provider Luis Michael Training. Christopher Martin, aged 53, from Newbury, admitted to two counts of...
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Vince Cable has accused the Conservatives of sweeping his “dual mandate” consultation for the FE sector under the carpet after he left government – so he sees a...
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A public consultation has been launched on merger plans between two London Colleges, amid mounting opposition from Grenfell Tower fire campaigners who fear it will end adult education...
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Many charities will lose their direct contracts as a result of the controversial adult education budget procurement process, according to a major sector figure. Even though the Education...
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Ofsted is asking young people in residential provision at FE colleges if they feel safe and able to raise concerns. The inspectorate is kicking off its annual drive...