Articles from NCFE

It’s the learners who are at the forefront of campaign #FullyFunctional

In May, the Education Policy Institute (EPI) launched its report which explored the trends and implications of 16-19 education funding.

More progress is needed to create the ‘parity of esteem’ between vocational and academic learning #FullyFunctional

Fund Functional Skills to reduce student stress: Why a level playing field should exist for English and Maths

Post-16 Education and Apprenticeship Levy Funding – Next steps for English Devolution

NCFE and the Campaign for Learning are proud to launch a new paper, ‘Post-16 Education and Apprenticeship Levy Funding: next steps for English devolution’ - a volume of expert pieces that consider the future of the post-16 education and training budget from a devolution perspective

Don’t worry about parity of esteem: Esteem is enough

NCFE and the Campaign for Learning consider the future of post-18 education, in their recent volume of opinion pieces: 'The post-18 review of education and funding: a review of a lifetime' , Mick Fletcher rejects the cliché that we don’t value technical education, and suggests that too much focus on parity of esteem is damaging FE:

Fair funding needed for post-18 education and skills

NCFE and the Campaign for Learning consider the future of post-18 education, in their recent volume of opinion pieces: 'The post-18 review of education and funding: a review of a lifetime' , where Mark Corney reiterates the need for fair funding for post-18 education and skills: