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Increase in number of Scottish students accepted into university on SQA results day

28,970 students from Scotland have been accepted into university or college through UCAS today, up 220 on Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) results day last year, and despite a fall in the overall number of 18 year olds in the population.

FE and Skills: Preparing for the new academic year

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 a day of school, declares: “the question isn’t ‘What are we going to do?’, the question is ‘What aren’t we going to do?’”, his friend Cameron might well have pointed to the government’s social distancing guidelines and the film would have been brought to an abrupt end.

What will education look like in 2040?

The pandemic has swiftly opened up the frontier of at-home learning and accelerated the adoption of teaching software across schools, universities and even businesses. Learning methods changed practically overnight, as teachers and students alike considered how digital solutions could plug the gap left by national lockdowns and social distancing measures.

What the FE and Skills sector can learn from home-schooling

The current pandemic has completely changed our professional and personal lives. With employees being forced to work from home, many individuals have had to balance their workload with educating their children. However, it is not only children that can benefit from a bit of home learning. The difficult times that companies are in call for a great deal of innovation, with having adopted new ways of working for themselves and their colleagues companies are now considering what new technologies and processes they might introduce.

Would you like to be a Space Cadet this summer?

@spacegovuk - The UK space sector is recruiting 50 paid space internships this summer Despite the widespread disruption and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the UK space sector is recruiting 50 paid space internships this summer.

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