Let’s get serious about AI and personalisation in apprenticeships

Embracing the latest technology can help a workforce better prepare for the challenges of today and tomorrow

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Phillip McMullan

The Staffroom. Strategies to unleash your green changemakers

Helen Cresswell shares lessons from the Green Changemakers programme on how to ensure everyone plays their part in decarbonising…

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Helen Cresswell

Practitioner research isn’t enough. FE must embrace a research ethos

FE has come a long way in embracing research but leaders should be doing more to attract attention and…

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Andrew Morris

These little-known providers could drive apprenticeships success

Most of the sector seems unaware of Flexi-Job Apprenticeship Agencies – and yet the model might be just what…

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Kieren Buxton

How new technology is supporting our November resits

Getting students ready for November resits is challenging and time-pressured, but the right tech can help maximise time in…

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Laura Rawson

New trials will build the evidence base to improve adult numeracy

Five new DfE-funded trials promise to develop a clearer sense of what works in improving adult numeracy – and…

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Venessa Sixbery

Staffroom – Opinion

How we’re putting research at the heart of staff training and development

Our approach is not only improving teachers’ professional curiosity but growing the evidence base for what works in our…

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Catherine Gray
Skills reform

FE reform is a surer way to a healthier nation and fewer sick notes

The sport and fitness sector could be instrumental in delivering better health outcomes for the nation with more flexible…

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Jenny Patrickson

When it comes to apprenticeships, this government can bring receipts

I got from the shop floor to the floor of the house of commons and our reforms will ensure…

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Luke Hall

Young people’s voices ought to be heard in education reform

Policy makers should make it their business to routinely seek the views of students when consulting on education reforms

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Simon Connell

Why we’re developing micro-credentials – and you should too

These super-short, modularised courses are an evolutionary step in our response to changing sector needs

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Louise Wolsey and Mark O’Reilly

Is the ABS what the British public want next for education reform?

New polling reveals voters have more appetite for fundamental 16-19 reform than political parties are catering for

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Alice Barnard