By: Billy Camden

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An FE-focused research centre has been given the ministerial nod to continue its work until 2020, and the apprenticeship levy will be particularly in focus. The Centre for...
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The government will audit the results of its employer satisfaction survey for the first time, due to concerns over the way it is distributed by providers. The ESFA...
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A local authority in the north-east has plummeted two grades to ‘inadequate’, in an Ofsted report which raised alarms about risks of radicalisation and severely poor subcontracted apprenticeship...
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The body that regulates qualifications in England has added its voice to fears about the government’s plans for T-levels. Ofqual is worried about proposals to use a single...
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Private providers are being let off millions of pounds in unpaid VAT because the tax office gave them bad advice, FE Week can reveal. ITPs were meant to...
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Two colleges rejoiced this week as they stepped up to grade two, but there was no cause for celebration at an adult and community learning provider rated ‘inadequate’....
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Ofqual will begin auditing awarding organisations’ on the “control” they have over their individual providers, after finding evidence it has reduced in recent years. The exams watchdog wrote...
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The government has had to pump an extra £16 million into the adult education budget to appease a group of training providers who threatened legal action over last...
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Stoke-on-Trent College is almost £16 million in the red and received more than £500,000 in exceptional financial support in December alone, while it awaits the outcome of a...
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Tonight the T Level public consultation closes after running for 10 weeks and seeking answers to 45 questions. It sought opinions on the planned implementation of the new post-16...
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The Department for Education has today published a research report exploring quality of teaching and leadership in FE. ‘Teaching, leadership and governance in further education’ examines whether the...