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Are Degree Apprenticeships a Successful Failure?

Degree apprenticeships were launched in 2015, but although they’ve had a slow start, they’re actually outperforming apprenticeships at other levels.   Higher and degree programmes only make up 0.4% of apprenticeships. But even though the numbers are low, they seem to have...

Three huge opportunities for HEIs to conduct apprenticeship end-point assessments

More universities are delivering degree-apprenticeships, yet only 46% of the approved Level 6 and 7 apprenticeship standards have a registered End-Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO) in place. This article explores why Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) should consider...

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Are Degree Apprenticeships a Successful …

Apr 24, 2019 / FE Voices

Degree apprenticeships were launched in 2015, but although they’ve had a slow start, they’re actually outperforming apprenticeships at other levels.   Higher and degree programmes only make up 0.4% of apprenticeships. But even though the numbers are low, they seem to have avoided the recent slump in starts. Intermediate and advanced apprenticeships have suffered a 26.4% decrease, but...

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Poor children twice as likely to end up …

Apr 24, 2019 / FE Video

New report reveals that there is a ‘youth jobs gap’ between rich and poor, leaving disadvantaged young people locked out of the labour market A ground-breaking new report today (24 Apr) has revealed that education alone can’t explain why young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are twice as likely to be out...

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The #FutureofEducation is to power up te…

Apr 24, 2019 / Sector News

Put teaching before technology. That’s the message from Mike Sharples, Emeritus Professor of Educational Technology at The Open University. Computer companies including Google, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft are funding personalised learning systems, virtual reality history classes, even drones for teaching geography. But technology alone won’t solve the deep problems of education. Sharples says...

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