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Report highlights in real terms FE/HE lectures fall in salaries, high turnover and exit rates-Alan Birks Click Sector

new report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IfS) entitled ‘What has happened to college teacher pay in England’ was published on 30 March. Findings in the report include the following:- Please click on the link to read Alan’s expert summary of what has happened over the last ten years in comparison to schoolteachers and inflation.

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Wonkhe Lifelong loans update

Ministers are describing it as a “radical shift” in tertiary education funding. The government’s response to its Lifelong Loan Entitlement (LLE) consultation from last May confirms that from 2025 adults will be able to access fee loans throughout their working lives for anything from short vocational courses to undergraduate degrees, provided their lifetime allocation stays within the equivalent of four years of full-time undergraduate study. To read the article click here


Students deserve protection wherever they study. Susan Lapworth Chief executive, Office for Students

Prevention and response to harassment and sexual misconduct by universities is not consistently effective. OfS chief executive Susan Lapworth describes the OfS toughened approach. To read the Blog click here


Evaluation of access and participation plans: Understanding what works Frontiers in Education Policy Brief article

I came across this originally in Wonkhe as a link from Liz Moores at Aston University it is posted in Frontiers in Education       To read the article click here