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Funding clawback for college at risk of cash crisis

A college already in financial difficulty is being forced to pay back nearly £1 million to the government as...

Jessica Fino
Jessica Fino
Opinion

Can national colleges overcome their recruitment and funding challenges?

Clair Mowbray explains how the first incorporated college to open in 30 years is responding to its funding and...

Expert Contributor
CLAIR MOWBRAY
News

Strike action escalates on a second day of college walkouts

More than 1,500 staff from colleges are expected to take part in a second day of strike action, and...

Paul Offord
Paul Offord
News

College sector performance continues rapid improvement

Just under three quarters of colleges are now rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, as the sector’s rapid improvement...

Nick Linford
Nick Linford
News

Grenfell community rage over college sell-off

Leaders of a college that sold its main campus to make way for housing ahead of a planned merger...

Nick Linford
Nick Linford
News

Insufficient progress for inadequate college

A college that nose-dived from ‘outstanding’ to ‘inadequate’ in March has been slammed by Ofsted again for making insufficient...

Alix Robertson
Alix Robertson
News

Court date set for AoC judicial review over new sixth form

The court start date has been set for the Association of College’s first judicial review against the government in...

Paul Offord
Paul Offord
News

City of Liverpool College placed in administered status by ‘extremely concerned’ minister

Administered status has been imposed on City of Liverpool College by apprenticeships and skills minister Robert Halfon, who is...

Alix Robertson
Alix Robertson