Education and Training News Round-up

Hello everyone. Today’s post is a round-up of all the news concerning education and training for July, August and September 2017.

Education and training is always high on the agenda for the government, policy makers and society. We’ve collated all the news you need to know about or may have missed in to one handy place to save you time.

So make yourself a cup of tea, relax and get fully up to date with everything education and training.

 

The Guardian

Mixed results at every level of the British education system
Readers air their views on university vice-chancellors’ pay, degree grade inflation, apprenticeships, teacher training and David Bowie’s technical school experience in Bromley.
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Apprenticeship News

“Apprenticeships are one of the greatest success stories of the decade”
Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills, Robert Halfon, champions apprenticeships saying “Apprenticeships work and that is a fact. This really is something to shout about.”
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Jake Tween for FE News

Overcoming the apprenticeships stigma – not before time
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Henry Bodkin for The Telegraph

‘Inspirational’ robots to begin replacing teachers within 10 years
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FE Week

Detail of apprenticeship levy audit regime revealed
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Julia Belgutay for TES

More than half of apprenticeships to go to 25 and overs
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