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T Levels

T Levels are brand new, two-year courses designed with employers. As the next step after GCSEs, they combine classroom theory, practical learning...

Stefan Drew For this to be a success there needs to be a solid reason for employers to offer a three month placement. That's a reason why they should get... Show more 2 months ago
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Graduates earn £10,000 more per year than those who don’t go to university

Graduates earn £10,000 more per year than those who don’t go to university, proving that a degree continues to be a rewarding investment, brand new data has revealed today (25 April).

Calls for more men to work in the early years as part of £20 million Professional Development Programme

More men are to be encouraged in to a careers in nurseries    and early years settings, in a new project to provide more diverse role models for children before they start school.

Dominic Herrington confirmed as National Schools Commissioner

Dominic Herrington has today been confirmed as National Schools Commissioner by the Department for Education – after holding the position on an interim basis since September 2018.

'My Activity Passport' downloaded 42,000 times in four months

List of activities to boost resilience downloaded equivalent of 375 times per day

#BridgingTheDigitalDivide putting digital skills on the same footing as English and Maths

Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton unveils new qualifications based on rigorous national standards to give adults the digital skills they need.