By: PippaAK

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A college inspected for the first time since a merger was rated ‘good’ in a week that saw local authority provision struggle. Bath College, which was formed in...
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The six regional mayors tasked with overseeing devolution of the adult education budget have met the Department for Education to “voice concerns” over the process. High among the...
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The adult education budget is being used to cover the cost of emergency handouts to struggling colleges – causing outrage with the Department for Education. But in the...
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The skills minister identified September as the month by which she expects to see a surge in apprenticeship starts, in an exclusive webinar with FE Week. Anne Milton...
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A struggling studio school with low pupil numbers and “significant financial challenges” will close this summer, it has been confirmed. Manchester Creative Studio in Ancoats, which specialises in...
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The government’s ambition to reach three million apprenticeship starts by 2020 is slipping further out of its grasp as we hit the halfway point, according to exclusive FE...
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The government is harming young and disadvantaged people with its failure to ease their travel costs, according to a major new inquiry into the impact of the apprenticeship...
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David Meller, the co-chair of the controversial Presidents Club charity dinner that has been rocked by allegations of sexual harassment by guests, has resigned from the Department for...
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An apprenticeship and graduate recruitment agency for schools has been accused of exploiting a tax incentive scheme after it emerged it has been advising schools how to become...
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FE has “no representation” on the board of the new higher education regulator, a leading figure at the Department for Education has admitted. The DfE’s permanent secretary, Jonathan...
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Damian Hinds has been appointed as the new education secretary and, with a background including responsibility for youth employment at the Department for Work and Pensions, he could...