• Special investigation: The fallout from mass exam reversal

    Thousands of young people are having their recent exam failures reversed, thanks to a change in the design of certain qualifications. FE Week looked into what’s going on: who’s making the change, why it has happened and how many learners are affected. More than 1,300 learners who failed courses last year are now being told

    10.00 May. 4th, 2018 | News

  • As we beef up the IfA, don’t knock down AOs

    The government should be wary of diminishing the role of awarding organisations in its T-level proposals, argues Julie Hyde, as many already work closely with employers With Christmas fast approaching, the government has been making announcements left, right and centre – revealing more about plans for post-16 education and skills. It has been an exciting

    5.00 Dec. 12th, 2017 | Opinion