By: Nick

FE Experts
As an education journalist, I receive hundreds of press releases and dozens of phone calls each week from people wanting me to write about their client or organisation....
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Further education Minister Matthew Hancock has written to all governors and principals with a warning on mergers just weeks after his staff launched a probe into the plans...
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Ofsted boss Sir Michael Wilshaw has clashed with the Association of Colleges (AoC) over the issue of failing colleges after claiming there was no “consequence for failure in...
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The government has already “accepted the principle” of Lord Heseltine’s single funding pot idea for Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), the Tory grandee told MPs today (Tuesday, February 12)....
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The future of around 150 FE jobs might have been saved after a deal was struck “in principle” to buy Pearson in Practice. The firm, bought as Melorio...
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Tough new rules forcing prime contractors to go public with information on their deals with providers are to be introduced by the Skills Funding Agency. See paragraphs 342...
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The proposed merger of two colleges is being investigated over concerns they may not have followed correct procedure, FE Week can reveal. A six-week formal consultation on the...
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The number of under 19 apprenticeships has fallen for the first time in three years — and figures indicate the slide could get worse. The latest Statistical First...
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A Union said up to 100 members protested during a Midland college’s open day as a “last resort” over the sacking of four lecturers. University and College Union...
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A London college that admitted success rates could have been exaggerated by up to 10 per cent two years ago has been hit with an Ofsted grade fall....