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FE Experts Writing Peer To Peer About The Future Of Education 

FE News Feature Articles - Exclusive Peer to Peer thought leadership articles written by leading experts about the future of education and the future of work. #futureofeducation #futureofwork.

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Bradley Ellison (L) and Kamil Zmich (R)

Blazing a trail for the UK: Representing…

Sep 19, 2020 / Featured Article

To be selected to represent the UK at EuroSkills, Europe’s largest skills competition, feels fantastic. To be the first apprentice, along with my teammate Kamil Zmich, to represent the UK...

Chris Hodson, CISO at Tanium

Why adding cybersecurity to the curricul…

Sep 18, 2020 / Featured Article

We must equip students with #cybersecurity skills to prepare for a post COVID world  No one could have predicted the devastating impact COVID-19 had on businesses across the world. The almost...

Atif Mahmood, CEO, Teacherly

A more flexible future driven by student…

Sep 17, 2020 / Featured Article

The reopening of schools and colleges in England, Wales and Northern Ireland this month has been called a pivotal moment in the pandemic. After lockdown and the summer holiday, children...

Carl Ward, Chair of the Foundation for Education Development, CEO of City Learning Trust

Careers education in the new normal

Sep 16, 2020 / Featured Article

It has been nearly five years since the Government established the Careers & Enterprise Company (@CareerEnt). During that time, a lot has changed in the way we as a country...

Jo Ingold FIEP, Associate Professor, Deakin Business School

Why we need a Kickstart to employer enga…

Sep 15, 2020 / Featured Article

It feels like it’s been a long wait for significant announcements about employment programmes to address the impending Covid unemployment crisis. Kickstart has, in general, been greeted positively as an...

Catherine Sezen is a Senior Policy Manager at the Association Of Colleges

Now is the time for T Levels, a bright s…

Sep 14, 2020 / Featured Article

In amongst all the challenges of summer exams, reopening and lost learning there has been a bright spark of something new and exciting in the college world this week. Hundreds of...

Paul Grist, Head of Education, International, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

How Can Machine Learning Help the Teachi…

Sep 14, 2020 / Featured Article

This week (14-18 Sept) is Artificial Intelligence (#AI) and Machine Learning (#ML) Week @AWS_Edu, Head of Education, Paul Grist explains how Machine Learning can help teachers and improve student outcomes: The COVID-19...

Bethany Morris

Under-representation of Black Academics …

Sep 12, 2020 / Featured Article

As the murder of George Floyd propelled the conversation on racial prejudice to the forefront of societal discourse, many have begun to turn their attentions to the systematic racism that...

Kevin Moore, Co-Founder at Big Dog Little Dog

Covid19, Unemployment and Suicide - a Ve…

Sep 11, 2020 / Featured Article

If you don’t mind, please indulge me while I kick off with an introduction - I suspect that most readers have never heard of me (@BDLDKevin) or my organisation before. My...

Michael Desiderio, executive director at the Executive MBA Council

How AI Affects Working Professional Educ…

Sep 10, 2020 / Featured Article

Even before the pandemic, businesses were increasingly investing in AI and data science to improve efficiency, decision making and automate more processes. Like with so much else, COVID-19 and its...

Annie Pendrey Creating Educational Spaces Ltd and Initial Teacher Trainer

Initial Teacher Education: Commencing Yo…

Sep 10, 2020 / Featured Article

Reflecting in and on action and an academic year like no other as educators, we are all beginning to return to a new intake of learners, adapting our pedagogical approaches...

Anna Downes, co-founder of VideoSherpa

Engaging with student recruits in a post…

Sep 09, 2020 / Featured Article

Video Marketing is more crucial than ever for student recruitment. Due to COVID-19 and the safety measures that will be in place for the coming year, traditional student recruitment practices...

Steve Sugden

KickStart Lite: SME Free

Sep 09, 2020 / Featured Article

I started writing these pieces, first on LinkedIn then, taking the opportunity to get them out to a wider audience through FE News, to share the findings of my dissertation...

Amarjit Basi, Black FE Leadership Group

Black FE Leadership Group: If not us, wh…

Sep 08, 2020 / Featured Article

As a member of the recently formed Black @FELeadership Group (BFELG), I am hugely encouraged by the response to and engagement with our Open Letter since its circulation last month. For the...

Ruth Gilbert, Chair of the Career Colleges Trust

Reflecting on the digital benefits of lo…

Sep 07, 2020 / Featured Article

As a mother and educator, I am acutely aware of challenges, hardships and tragedy brought about by the health crisis we have all living with for the past six months. Like...

James Egan, Founder and CEO of Shaw Academy

Technology has the answers, as education…

Sep 05, 2020 / Featured Article

As schools re-open, exam results are botched and universities scramble to survive, the fragility and outdatedness of our education infrastructure has become crystal clear. In just the past week, we've seen...

Chris Quickfall, CEO, CognAssist

Adults can't get better qualifications i…

Sep 04, 2020 / Featured Article

It’s brilliant to hear Alex Stevenson (@LWalexs) from @LearnWorkUK talking about the importance of adult education, especially for essential skills like English and maths. It is a sad fact that around one...

Gerard Cukier, defamation and commercial solicitor at Keystone Law

GSCE & A Level fiasco - What can sch…

Sep 04, 2020 / Featured Article

With the #GSCE and #ALevel fiasco making front page news, schools, colleges, universities and their governors are increasingly facing threats of bad publicity in relation to action that has been...

Matt Hamnett and David Gallagher

The challenges facing the youth employme…

Sep 04, 2020 / Featured Article

As we begin to emerge from the social and economic chrysalis of lockdown, it is clear that the road to recovery will be long and arduous. There is good reason...

John Yarham, Interim CEO of The Careers & Enterprise Company

Unlocking the post-Covid potential of ap…

Sep 04, 2020 / Featured Article

The A level results season revealed much about our prevailing national mind-set and attitudes to learning and qualifications. Amid the outcry and confusion about school leavers’ prospects for admission to university...

Neil Wolstenholme, Chairman, Kloodle

The End Of The Class System: Is It Time …

Sep 03, 2020 / Featured Article

Dear, Oh Dearing!  The Dearing Report in 1997 on the future of higher education insisted that “students and employers must be able to rely on the value, quality and standards of...

Graham Glass, CEO, CYPHER LEARNING

The benefits of using personalised learn…

Sep 02, 2020 / Featured Article

With school closures, cancelled exams and remote learning, it has been a challenging year for aspiring university students. Still despite the odds, universities have seen a rise in the number of learners planning to...

Gary Peeling, CEO, Where The Trade Buys

Concerns, Costs, and Caution: How Can We…

Sep 01, 2020 / Featured Article

For both university staff and prospective students, the future looks daunting. Universities across the UK are still going through a period of transition, adapting to the ‘new normal’ and negotiating...

Chris Thomson, Education Consultant and former sixth form college principal.

A couple of thoughts on the science and …

Aug 31, 2020 / Featured Article

Wouldn’t it be great if we discovered there were laws of leadership just like the laws of physics?  If there were, we wouldn’t lose time pondering a myriad specific, irrelevant details...

Alex Stevenson is Head of English, Maths and ESOL at Learning and Work Institute

Why adults benefit from GCSEs too

Aug 29, 2020 / Featured Article

Good GCSEs in English and maths are essential for young people’s progression in learning and into work, so last week’s vigorous debate on how this year’s grades should be awarded...

Claire Taylor, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Education, Wrexham Glyndŵr University

De-idolising the A level and its associa…

Aug 28, 2020 / Featured Article

The recent headline that teacher assessments are to be used in lieu of an algorithmic calculation of A level grades is to be welcomed. After all, where best to look for...

Why Project Based Learning prepares stud…

Aug 28, 2020 / Featured Article

The business of creativity  If you’re new to education and haven’t discovered the most watched TED talk of all time ‘Do schools kill creativity?’ by Sir Ken Robinson I would highly...

Neil Wolstenholme, Chairman, Kloodle

University Grade Inflation: It All Start…

Aug 27, 2020 / Featured Article

Ah! The Class of '92! Becks, Scholesy, Gary Neville.……..no, no, not that class! This article is about the other Class of '92; Trent, Hallam, John Moores. The Series: This is the third...

Edward Fraser, Managing Director of the tree

If universities think like modern brands…

Aug 26, 2020 / Featured Article

According to @CommunicatorEd the line between education and digital is getting fuzzier, and bringing into question the traditional meaning of a university: The idea of teachers on TikTok may sound cringeworthy to the...

Dr Paul Phillips CBE, Principal and Chief Executive, Weston College Group

2020 - an educational odyssey?

Aug 25, 2020 / Featured Article

It doesn’t really matter – students need us to move on  In August 1980 I entered my career in education, or at least I began to learn the trade of teaching...

Mr. Tale Heydarov is the Chairman of Gilan Holdings

COVID-19: Challenges facing further educ…

Aug 25, 2020 / Featured Article

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged numerous sectors of the global economy, with many  industries potentially unrecognisable in the ‘new normal’. This health crisis is challenging us globally, but we should...

FE News Exclusive Thought Leadership and…

Aug 24, 2020 / Featured Article

FE Experts Writing Peer To Peer About The Future Of Education  FE News Feature Articles - Exclusive Peer to Peer thought leadership articles written by leading experts about the future of...

© Sarfraz Ahmed, August 2020 - Member of the Careers Writers Association

Careers Advisers – Are We Ready For Th…

Aug 24, 2020 / Featured Article

Since March 2020, the vast majority of career services, and providers such as schools, colleges and universities transferred all their services to providing a service remotely. For our own health and...

Rae Tooth is CEO of Villiers Park Educational Trust

The GCSE and A-levels fiasco exposes ine…

Aug 22, 2020 / Featured Article

After a turbulent fortnight of unprecedented examination awards, GCSE results day went relatively smoothly. But make no mistake: the whole process has been shambolic, and has exposed major challenges and...

Jack Parson with Sadiq Khan

What skills do young people really need?

Aug 22, 2020 / Featured Article

Today, young people worldwide are finding it increasingly difficult to enter the workforce, let alone thrive within it. Currently, global youth unemployment stands at a shocking 75 million, and that...

Kiran Kapur, CEO of Cambridge Marketing College

There have been many valuable learning e…

Aug 21, 2020 / Featured Article

Apprentice training providers are putting measures in place to protect and encourage effective learning in the new environment  Marketing apprenticeships have had significant disruption to their study plans over the last...

David Phillips, MD City & Guilds and ILM

The message still isn’t getting throug…

Aug 21, 2020 / Featured Article

As hundreds of thousands of students across the UK receive their GCSE results this week, many will still be considering what their options are when it comes to building the...

Jenny Shiers, Senior Director, Employee Success at Salesforce

5 ways to bring your company culture to …

Aug 21, 2020 / Featured Article

Covid-19 has forced many workforces across the globe to work from home, making it an unusual time to be a new starter, especially if you’re a graduate entering the world...

Neil Wolstenholme, Chairman, Kloodle

Artificial Intelligence: How Grade Infla…

Aug 20, 2020 / Featured Article

Race To The Bottom The Series: This is the second of a four-part series on university #GradeInflation; we’ll explore the evidence, the underlying causes, the defence by universities and the possible ways...

Alice Barnard

Why now’s the best time to rethink our…

Aug 20, 2020 / Featured Article

Exam results day. This annual event is stressful enough at the best of times. Imagine then, how much more stressful it is when a global pandemic has prevented you from...

Paul Grainger, Co-director of the Centre for Education and Work, and Head of Innovation and Enterprise for the Department of Education, Practice and Society, UCL

The AI Exam Algorithm is not to blame - …

Aug 19, 2020 / Featured Article

#ALevel and #GCSE #ResultsDay - A Low Moral Ebb  On Monday 17 August FE News published a piece on a lack of ethics in AI[1] which I co-authored. Between the writing and the...

Peter Ejedewe B.A.Teacher & writer (Culture, Community & Management Studies)

Fallout from GCSE results: How are we en…

Aug 19, 2020 / Featured Article

In a follow up to my article on ‘Is there a future for teaching black british history?’ a number of comments and questions have been raised. One of which is how...

Dr Neil Bentley-Gockmann OBE, Chief Executive, WorldSkills UK

WorldSkills UK’s actions to help impro…

Aug 19, 2020 / Featured Article

The Black Further Education Leadership Group (@FeLeadership) is right: we have to take shared responsibility to address racial inequality across the sector because without doing so, we cannot truly create...

Denise Baker, Head of School – Allied Health and Social Care, University of Derby

How we can put new money for nursing deg…

Aug 18, 2020 / Featured Article

  £172 million new funding to double nursing #apprentices  Money talks, and if the attendance at the information sharing event on the new funding for nurse degree apprentices is anything to go...

Kathleen Henehan, Research and Policy Analyst, the Resolution Foundation

Britain is on its way to experiencing an…

Aug 18, 2020 / Featured Article

Workers in labour-intensive and lower-paid sectors will be hardest hit  Before the onset of Covid-19 and nationwide ‘lockdowns,’ nearly one-in-five UK workers were in a sector that would be temporarily shut...

Rachael Curzons, Chief Partnerships Officer at Aula

Why universities must see digital learni…

Aug 17, 2020 / Featured Article

The controversy surrounding the grading of this year’s A-level results in Scotland and the rest of the UK are merely another stage in a year of radical change for the...

Silvia Lanza Castelli

A call for ethics in the curriculum

Aug 17, 2020 / Featured Article

The ethical implications of #AI  Silvia (co-author) is far more sophisticated in her use of LinkedIn than am I. She did a quick survey of her Network: Do you consider ethical aspects...

Eleanor Bradley, MD for Registry and Public Benefit at Nominet

Teaching digital skills to young people …

Aug 16, 2020 / Featured Article

As #ALevelResults are revealed, it’s vital that we teach digital skills to young people to future proof their futures and our economic growth  We know that COVID-19 has and will continue...

Rae Tooth is chief executive of Villiers Park Educational Trust

The A-level fiasco is an assault on soci…

Aug 15, 2020 / Featured Article

“Is this the biggest education f***-up ever?” asked TES editor Ann Mroz, after watching a barrage of heartbreak, fury and frustration erupt on social media in the wake of this...

Helen Barnard, Deputy Director of Policy and Partnerships, Joseph Rowntree Foundation

It is unacceptable for young people to p…

Aug 13, 2020 / Featured Article

#ResultsDay 2020 - A fog of uncertainty has created a new peak of anger and worry  Before coronavirus, too many young people from poorer backgrounds were shut out of opportunities to...

Neil Wolstenholme, Chairman, Kloodle

Will A First Class Education Spell The D…

Aug 13, 2020 / Featured Article

The Fluff A very good friend of mine, Jeremy, who is responsible for the recruitment of high flyers into his organisation, told me recently that he doesn’t bother looking at the...

James Scales, Head of Education Policy Unit, Centre for Social Justice

It is time to reboot apprenticeships

Aug 12, 2020 / Featured Article

Cushioned by the security of paid employment, the chance to build new skills, and the prospect of a job beyond that, apprenticeships are powerful agents of progress. They increase employability...

Mark Cosens MA FIEP, Founder, Cosens Consult

Seeing the Employment and Skills System …

Aug 12, 2020 / Featured Article

  While it’s not good to mix metaphors, amidst our challenges with Covid-19, the themes of woods, trees and reforestation seem apt. The lockdown(s) and social restrictions could be likened to devastating...

Keith Hatch, Projects Communications Officer, Unionlearn

Workplace learning comes home with thous…

Aug 11, 2020 / Featured Article

The Covid-19 pandemic, and the resulting lockdown, has meant a huge number of changes for working people across the UK, with many workers were forced to remain at home. Unionlearn traditionally...

Simon Ashworth

EQA - The hard work starts now

Aug 11, 2020 / Featured Article

Since the outset of the #ApprenticeshipReforms, @AELPUK has pushed hard in terms of raising concerns about the fragmented approach to external quality assurance of the end point assessment system. Therefore...

Jennifer Locklear, Chief Talent Officer, ConnectWise

Three Ways to Embrace a Virtual ‘Hybri…

Aug 10, 2020 / Featured Article

While many businesses are beginning to return to familiar office environments, it also seems likely that we will see the long-term, broad emergence of a ‘hybrid’ workforce, where remote and...

Professor Dan Finn, Emeritus Professor of Social Inclusion, University of Portsmouth

Partnership working in employment servic…

Aug 07, 2020 / Featured Article

Key findings from international research on partnership working between Public Employment Services and other labour market intermediaries and service providers, with a particular focus on Jobcentre Plus. Extensive and effective...

Steve Sugden

Kick Starter or non-starter?

Aug 05, 2020 / Featured Article

As I was completing my previous piece it was announced the government was investing £2.1bn in a work experience scheme for young people, Kick Start. In that piece I reviewed...

Simon Carter, Director, RM Education

FE and Skills: Preparing for the new aca…

Aug 04, 2020 / Featured Article

John Hughes’ cult classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, would have looked very different had it been set in 2020. At the point the film’s titular character, having decided to skip...

Annie Pendrey

#FEResearchMeet goes Virtual

Aug 03, 2020 / Featured Article

As partners in all things research, Kerry Scattergood and I first met and connected through our roles on the Society of Education Practitioner Advisory Group and have since gone on...

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At FE News the Feature article contributors don’t just cover the latest news, they create it, by sharing expert insights into the latest developments, education strategies and their views on how education policy will impact the education sector.

Find the latest exclusive peer to peer thought leadership and Op-Ed Articles written by experts across Further Education, Work Based Learning, Skills, Employability and Apprenticeships in our featured articles section of FE News. Here you will find expert insights, the latest developments and strategies across Further Education, skills and college news.

FE News are renowned for having the latest views and trending ideas, as well as topics from leading experts from the sector and world of work. Here you can read or listen to experts discussing the latest strategic developments, their views on how the latest education policy will impact the sector, through to sharing best practice and innovation in education delivery and the future of education.  

We are always keen to engage with experts who would like to contribute to solution led, peer to peer thought leadership content, sharing best practice, innovation and emerging technology within education. Here at FE News we encourage discussion on the future of education in a thought leadership community, training and employment. We invite authors to get involved in the debate, by becoming a part of the FE Community, to continually improve the FE system.

 

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FE News is a digital news publication that encourages a wide angled view of the FE sector and the future of education. We have a thriving thought leadership Community, where we continually add positive sector building voices to help develop the sector.

FE News is actually a long form proprietary based publishing platform. This means, we encourage user generated content from experts in the sector and offer FE News as a platform to share expert opinions, views and strategies.

We accept a range of thought leadership articles and expert insights on topics including anything affecting the future of education and the future of work. We actively encourage articles that positively showcase the impact of education and work based learning, so we encourage you to send over your latest news about the education sector for us to publish on FE News. We promote diverse opinions, reports or articles from experts working in area of the education sector. The foundation of a contributor’s relationship with our audience is your newsroom (which is home to your content). Click here to set up a newsroom.

Whether you are submitting a feature article about recent educational news or the future or education, all thought leadership articles need to be between 650 - 2000 words and be exclusive to FE News. We also need the Name, Job title and Organisation of the author and have an accompanying image; usually a head shot of the author 750px by 570px. If you would like to get involved or you would like more information, here is a link to our style guide:

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The FE News Channel gives you the latest education news and updates on emerging education strategies and the #FutureofEducation and the #FutureofWork.

Providing trustworthy and positive Further Education news and views since 2003, we are a digital news channel with a mixture of written word articles, podcasts and videos. Our specialisation is providing you with a mixture of the latest education news, our stance is always positive, sector building and sharing different perspectives and views from thought leaders, to provide you with a think tank of new ideas and solutions to bring the education sector together and come up with new innovative solutions and ideas.

FE News publish exclusive peer to peer thought leadership articles from our feature writers, as well as user generated content across our network of over 3000 Newsrooms, offering multiple sources of the latest education news across the Education and Employability sectors.

FE News also broadcast live events, podcasts with leading experts and thought leaders, webinars, video interviews and Further Education news bulletins so you receive the latest developments in Skills News and across the Apprenticeship, Further Education and Employability sectors.

Every week FE News has over 200 articles and new pieces of content per week. We are a news channel providing the latest Further Education News, giving insight from multiple sources on the latest education policy developments, latest strategies, through to our thought leaders who provide blue sky thinking strategy, best practice and innovation to help look into the future developments for education and the future of work.

In May 2020, FE News had over 120,000 unique visitors according to Google Analytics and over 200 new pieces of news content every week, from thought leadership articles, to the latest education news via written word, podcasts, video to press releases from across the sector.

We thought it would be helpful to explain how we tier our latest education news content and how you can get involved and understand how you can read the latest daily Further Education news and how we structure our FE Week of content:

Main Features

Our main features are exclusive and are thought leadership articles and blue sky thinking with experts writing peer to peer news articles about the future of education and the future of work. The focus is solution led thought leadership, sharing best practice, innovation and emerging strategy. These are often articles about the future of education and the future of work, they often then create future education news articles. We limit our main features to a maximum of 20 per week, as they are often about new concepts and new thought processes. Our main features are also exclusive articles responding to the latest education news, maybe an insight from an expert into a policy announcement or response to an education think tank report or a white paper.

FE Voices

FE Voices was originally set up as a section on FE News to give a voice back to the sector. As we now have over 3,000 newsrooms and contributors, FE Voices are usually thought leadership articles, they don’t necessarily have to be exclusive, but usually are, they are slightly shorter than Main Features. FE Voices can include more mixed media with the Further Education News articles, such as embedded podcasts and videos. Our sector response articles asking for different comments and opinions to education policy announcements or responding to a report of white paper are usually held in the FE Voices section. If we have a live podcast in an evening or a radio show such as SkillsWorldLive radio show, the next morning we place the FE podcast recording in the FE Voices section.

Sector News

In sector news we have a blend of content from Press Releases, education resources, reports, education research, white papers from a range of contributors. We have a lot of positive education news articles from colleges, awarding organisations and Apprenticeship Training Providers, press releases from DfE to Think Tanks giving the overview of a report, through to helpful resources to help you with delivering education strategies to your learners and students.

Podcasts

We have a range of education podcasts on FE News, from hour long full production FE podcasts such as SkillsWorldLive in conjunction with the Federation of Awarding Bodies, to weekly podcasts from experts and thought leaders, providing advice and guidance to leaders. FE News also record podcasts at conferences and events, giving you one on one podcasts with education and skills experts on the latest strategies and developments.

We have over 150 education podcasts on FE News, ranging from EdTech podcasts with experts discussing Education 4.0 and how technology is complimenting and transforming education, to podcasts with experts discussing education research, the future of work, how to develop skills systems for jobs of the future to interviews with the Apprenticeship and Skills Minister.

We record our own exclusive FE News podcasts, work in conjunction with sector partners such as FAB to create weekly podcasts and daily education podcasts, through to working with sector leaders creating exclusive education news podcasts.

Education Video Interviews

FE News have over 700 FE Video interviews and have been recording education video interviews with experts for over 12 years. These are usually vox pop video interviews with experts across education and work, discussing blue sky thinking ideas and views about the future of education and work.

Events

FE News has a free events calendar to check out the latest conferences, webinars and events to keep up to date with the latest education news and strategies.

FE Newsrooms

The FE Newsroom is home to your content if you are a FE News contributor. It also help the audience develop relationship with either you as an individual or your organisation as they can click through and ‘box set’ consume all of your previous thought leadership articles, latest education news press releases, videos and education podcasts.

Do you want to contribute, share your ideas or vision or share a press release?

If you want to write a thought leadership article, share your ideas and vision for the future of education or the future of work, write a press release sharing the latest education news or contribute to a podcast, first of all you need to set up a FE Newsroom login (which is free): once the team have approved your newsroom (all content, newsrooms are all approved by a member of the FE News team- no robots are used in this process!), you can then start adding content (again all articles, videos and podcasts are all approved by the FE News editorial team before they go live on FE News). As all newsrooms and content are approved by the FE News team, there will be a slight delay on the team being able to review and approve content.

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