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FE Experts
The government needs to establish a set of FE-centric measures to get a better idea of what it wants from the sector. Ali Hadawi has a few suggestions...
FE Experts
The sector cheered when the IfA said it would allow qualifications in standards once again, but not all is as it seems, according to Anthony Elgey, who has...
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Whistleblowers aren’t treated with much respect in the UK, even though they generally have good intentions. Dame Ruth Silver wants this to change Even for a sector with...
FE Experts
Unless there’s the space for young people to transfer the skills they learn onto another route, we risk locking them into careers they no longer want to follow,...
FE Experts
Amanda Spielman cited Harlow College as having particularly good curriculum design at the AoC conference in the autumn – but what has it done that so impressed Ofsted?...
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The government’s newest initiative couldn’t have come at a better time for a sector trying to blow open its gender gap, writes Ann Watson 2018 is shaping up...
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The government’s non-levy procurement process wasn’t a fair competition because providers weren’t given all the information in advance, writes Patrik Knowles Last December 7 was going to be...
FE Experts
The OfS board has no FE representation – as the DfE recently admitted to MPs. Emily Chapman wants this remedied (and at the IfA) right now. Further education...
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The traineeship funding processes could be simplified to help successful providers grow their provision more successfully, writes Joe Crossley Providers are pulling out of the traineeship market with...
FE Experts
Our further education providers are crucial for challenging inequality and transforming lives in 21st century post-austerity Britain, say Vicky Duckworth and Rob Smith Further education provides a host...
FE Experts
The Careers and Enterprise Company has had its role beefed up in the new careers strategy, but hasn’t always had good press for what it’s achieved with government...