By: Nick

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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....
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he government has pledged to look into “correcting an anomaly” that sees colleges pay VAT while school sixth forms escape the charge. Three colleges in Cambridge teamed up...
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Download your copy of this special 16 page supplement, produced by FE Week and sponsored by NOCN Click here to download (18mb PDF) A paper copy of the...
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The latest stage in the development of the proposed FE Guild is “going to be difficult” to complete in such a short pace of time, according to the...
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The government has set up a Skills Funding Agency-led review to look into the issue of potential conflicts of interest where awarding organisations also deliver education, FE Week...
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The AoC India UK delegation arrived safely in New Delhi by early evening yesterday, just in time for the first official meeting of the programme. The programme kicked...
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The quality and quantity of young people’s career advice is not good enough and is getting worse, a government review has found. A “deterioration” in guidance since the...