As our labour market thunders towards the digital age, we must urgently reconsider how we can support the skills most needed.
The second in a mini-series of pieces on ConHome this week about schools after Covid.
The last week of term is scarcely critical. Is he trying to avoid letting Greenwich set a precedent – or just squaring off with the unions?
Unions are pushing for more closures and a rota system. It’s imperative the Department of Education fights its corner.
The second in our mini-series of pieces from the Centre for Social Justice on the virus – and helping those in deep poverty.
The Campaign for Common Sense has four simple, low-effort, suggestions as to how schools can be helped to get back on track.
Plus: Let’s cut VAT on energy bill as soon as we leave transition – deal or no deal. And: first Ardern, then Biden?
The devolved Adult Education Budget ensures that every pound delivers more qualifications that employers actually want.
Plus: by stealth, under the cover of Covid-19, Starmer is changing the Labour Party to one based on social democracy, rather than red-blooded socialism.
He has seen the SNP hold out for a week before swallowing teachers’ impossibly rosy predicted grades in full – and clearly thinks he can do better.
We have worked with Ofqual to put in place the best possible system.
One way in which we can achieve this is by formally splitting courses into three categories.
The Education Secretary’s Higher Education Restructuring Regime is an important step towards fighting cancel culture.
The Education Endowment Foundation estimates that ten years of progress in closing the attainment gap has been reversed by school closures.
A number of highly-equipped educational establishments will be out of use until the next academic year. We should use them.