By: PippaAK

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The controversial studio schools programme has announced a dramatic shift in focus after the tally of those closed or due to do so rose to 24. Studio schools,...
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A university technical college which was found to have owed the government over half a million pounds after it overestimated its pupil numbers has been served with a...
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The very best of what earning and learning means for learners and employers will be celebrated during the eleventh National Apprenticeship Week. The theme for 2018’s event, running...
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An ‘outstanding’ FE college is having to bankroll improvements to struggling schools in its new academy trust. Two of its schools are rated ‘inadequate’, one just five months...
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A struggling UTC must join a “strong” multi-academy trust and improve its finances, after reports from a whistleblower prompted an investigation by government funding bosses. The Education and Skills...
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Two university technical colleges will start recruiting students a year before the standard starting age of 14 from  September, and another is planning to follow suit in 2019. The JCB Academy...
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The FE Commissioner has warned a college may need “structural change” after it was given £1.4 million in emergency cash. A report published today revealed Kirklees College in...
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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...