Today (11 Sept) the final report from the Forgotten Third Commission recommends GCSE English Language should be replaced with a new qualification called a 'Passport in English' among other notable reforms to educational assessment.
In an unprecedented move, the leaders of every general further education college in England have joined forces to write an open letter to the Chancellor and Secretary of State for Education urging them to “answer the calls from business” and respond to the “challenges of technological change and Brexit” by urgently investing in the country’s technical and vocational education system by implementing the main recommendations of the government’s recent Post-18 Education Review (the Augar Review).
The UK’s future economic success is in jeopardy, warns the Association of Colleges, as latest forecasting 'Skills shortages and funding gaps: an analysis of the costs of under-investment in skills' highlights the impact of not closing the country’s skills gap.
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