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Universities are ‘bribing’ brightest students with tuition fee discounts to ensure they fill enough places for maximum Government funding
Institutions such as Newcastle University (pictured) are offering discounts on fees, contributions toward living costs, and even free laptops or sports… Continue reading
Employed adults twice as likely to participate in learning than those unemployed
Saturday, 29 September 2012 09:24
Adults in employment are more than twice as likely to take up learning opportunities than those outside the workforce, according to a new… Continue reading
Ed Miliband unveils FE proposals
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 13:38
Labour leader Ed Miliband has unveiled plans for a new technical baccalaureate for the 50% of young people who do not go to university.
Addressing a party conference in Manchester,… Continue reading
Ed Miliband’s Speech – Press Release
2 October 2012
Commenting on Ed Miliband’s proposals for education, in his speech today at Labour Party Conference, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said:
“If… Continue reading
Open for business – FE News
Wednesday, 26 September 2012 00:00
For a long time we in the Welfare to Work and Employability industry bemoaned that many of us seemed to have come to the industry by accident and that… Continue reading
Semta supports the advanced manufacturing and engineering sector which was identified as pivotal in the strategy recently announced by Business Secretary Vince Cable in a speech to business leaders at London’s Imperial College.
The speech confirmed the need for a… Continue reading
ItÂ´s time for another post with inspirational quotes. This time IÂ´d like to focus on something I find very useful: education.
School may have been – or still be – boring, a killer of creativity or downright awful for you.… Continue reading