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Lady Morgan fleshes out her views on the performance of the FE and skills sector in light of the House of Lords Digital Skills Committee inquiry. The FE...
The principal of a large and well-established FE college writes about life at the top — the worries, the hopes, the people and the issues they have to...
Ian Clinton took over at Stockport College in the wake of an Ofsted inadequate rating and within a year his work was recognised with a grade three result....
As the countdown to the general election approaches the two-month mark, Mick Fletcher assesses the early FE and skills sector battleground of ringfencing. For some time now it...
The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (Niace) has suggested a National Advancement Service be established. Here, deputy chief executive Stephen Evans sets out how it could tackle...
With growing rumours that around 50 FE colleges are in financial difficulty, Lynne Sedgmore considers why the sector has been is so badly troubled while schools appear to...
By the time you read this, it will be just 90 or so days until we know the general election result, although it could be several days or...
Amid the response to a report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on young people not in education, employment or training (Neets) crucial issues were overlooked, says Amy...
“A week is a long time in politics,” were famous words from Labour Prime Minister of the 1960s and 70s Harold Wilson. It stands to reason then, that...

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