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Vocational education should be a cornerstone of national...
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Help young people to make the most of...
Keeping children safe in education (KCSIE) 2019 –...
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Redefining Vocational Education with #VocTechPodcast
Crowdfunding Employment Training: How Beam got started
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Further education funding squeeze set to continue

Today’s report published by the Institute for Fiscal Studies, reveals that further education spending per student remains 7% lower than in 2010 in real terms The extra £4.3 billion just committed for schools in England by...

Quarter of teachers report 60-hour working week - Sector response

Teachers in England work on average eight hours more a week than in other OECD countries One in four teachers work more than 60 hours a week and many work in the evenings, despite successive government...

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Angela Rayner, Shadow Secretary of State for Education

Vocational education should be a corners…

Sep 19, 2019 / Featured Article

Creating a first-class system of vocational education One of the biggest challenges we face as a country, whatever happens with Brexit, will be creating a first-class system of vocational education that gives all our young people a chance in life. Vocational education should be a cornerstone of a national economic development plan...

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Sector News

Digital changes at Borders College are t…

Sep 19, 2019 / Sector News

BORDERS College has been nominated for a prestigious national award. Over the last year, Electrical Installation lecturer Dale Clancy has been working to make his course more digital for students. And his efforts have been recognised, with the College being shortlisted for a Digital Learning Award from the College Development Network. Instead of...

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