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The Augar review: judging it in Britain’s best interests

The Prime Minister pledges to look at ways to ensure more people have a genuine choice of high quality technical and academic options.

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Pick up the pace The slowdown in educational attainment growth and its widespread effects Kathleen Henehan March 2019

The notion that adults today are more educated than those who came before
them has been widely established: today’s young adults were, after all, born
during an era in which the soon-to-be Prime Minister declared “education,
education and education” to read this interesting paper by the Resolution Foundation

see here

T level contracts worth more than £30m up for grabs Awarding organisations are being invited to bid to run the next raft of T levels that will start being taught in 2021

The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) will manage the process for awarding organisations to develop and then implement qualifications based upon outline content created by T level panels.

The T level options up for grabs are building services engineering and onsite construction

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Strategic interventions in health education disciplines 2019 challenge fund: Innovations in recruitment to and delivery of healthcare courses

The Office for Students is offering new funding for projects which will develop innovative approaches to recruitment to, or delivery of, pre-registration higher education courses in nursing, midwifery and allied health subjects.

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