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Social mobility is hampered by grammar schools

Stephen Lambert is a Newcastle City Councillor and a community governor for Newcastle City Learn – the adult education service.

Grammar schools are not the answer A collection of essays has been published today (23 Jan) by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), Social Mobility and Higher Education: Are grammar schools the answer?  Kevin Courtney, joint NEU General...

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Stephen Lambert is a Newcastle City Councillor and a community governor for Newcastle City Learn – the adult education service.

Social mobility is hampered by grammar s…

Jan 23, 2020 / FE Voices

Grammar schools are not the answer A collection of essays has been published today (23 Jan) by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), Social Mobility and Higher Education: Are grammar schools the answer?  Kevin Courtney, joint NEU General Secretary said: “International research, such as the OECD Pisa survey and other internationally recognised data sets...

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FE News chat with Dr Sam Duncan from UCL about her recent research project called RABiT (Reading Aloud in Britain Today). The funded project explored hundreds of adults reading aloud behaviours across England, Scotland and Wales and covered a wide range of ages, genders, ethnicities, faiths, educational backgrounds in both urban...

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The Impact of Reading Aloud in Britain T…

Jan 23, 2020 / Podcasts

FE News chat with Dr Sam Duncan from UCL about her recent research project called RABiT (Reading Aloud in Britain Today). The funded project explored hundreds of adults reading aloud behaviours across England, Scotland and Wales and covered a wide range of ages, genders, ethnicities, faiths, educational backgrounds in both urban...

FE News catch up with Simon Bartley on his first day in his new role as WorldSkills International President. Although he has been in the post for less than a day, he takes time out to chat with us about the importance of skills competitions and how they raise the standards of skills across the globe.

Mr Bartley discusses on his plans for WorldSkills, the ongoing legacy of the competition to improve individual countries skills base and awareness.

Mr Bartley discusses the importance of Skills competition and how the competition raises the perception of vocational skills, he goes onto explain that International competitions enable the subject matter experts from across the World to share best practice and improve teaching of their subject areas - which then enable the subject matter specialist to work together to raise all of the World's skills base through the sharing of best practice and competition. 

Click on the video below to hear his plans for WorldSkills and the importance of interntional competitions :

 

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