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No more NEETs: A plan for all young people to be learning or earning
This paper sets out a strategy for radically increasing the proportion of young people who are learning or earning, by fixing the broken school-to-work transition… Continue reading
Secret Teacher: we can’t be outstanding every day, so why judge us on that?
Priorities. We don’t always agree on them, we sometimes lose sight of them, we often get them wrong, but I think we can all agree… Continue reading
Three Dimensional Leadership
Leadership is more than something we do or a role we play; it is a deeply human connection that engages our mind and our emotions. Because leadership requires interdependence, the level of our connection will depend… Continue reading
It’s Time for the Age of the Anhanced Apprenticeship
Jez AndersonOct 30, 2013
Earlier this week, the Prime Minister set out how our country’s apprentices need to be not just be the best in Europe, but the… Continue reading
Higher-quality apprenticeships to be graded
By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent
3 hours ago
David Cameron announced new apprenticeship rules at the Mini car plant in Oxford
A new type of high-quality apprenticeship is to be introduced in… Continue reading
Tougher apprenticeships planned to cut unemployment
Apprenticeships will be overhauled with a greater focus on English and maths as part of a new drive to tackle the “scourge of youth unemployment”, the Prime Minister will say today.
Training schemes… Continue reading
Let’s Celebrate Apprenticeships For What They Are
Apprenticeships are very much back in the limelight at the moment. The word has been sprayed around like confetti at the Party Conferences, whilst at the same time the SFA is investigating… Continue reading
The Shift From Teaching Content To Teaching Learning
by Grant Wiggins, Ed.D, Authentic Education
“I didn’t know they could think!” an excited high school principal blurted out.
The principal was reacting to what he had just witnessed: his… Continue reading
Adapting A Social Learning Strategy Framework For Education
Social learning strategies are, generally speaking, the stuff of businesses and brands.
The word “learning” in the above phrasing is misleading, usually referring… Continue reading