It is vital that the government continues direct support for collaboration between universities, schools and colleges if access to higher education (HE) is to become more equal, but this support should be focused on work with younger learners and guaranteed until at least 2025 a new report "What next for the National Collaborative Outreach Programme?" released on the 23rd January by the National Education Opportunities Network (NEON) argues.
Talking to FE News at this year's Labour Party Conference, Dr Graeme Atherton, Director, National Education Opportunities Network, shares his thoughts on the Lifelong Learning Commission and where its priorities should lie:
The 2019 National Education Opportunities Network (NEON) Awards were presented by Lord Watson of Invergowrie at the Palace of Westminster on Thursday 2nd May. The event was kindly hosted by Gordon Marsden MP, Shadow Minister for Higher Education, Further Education and Skills.
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