As disruptive technologies take hold, organisations need project leaders capable of embracing that change.
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At the Association of Colleges, we are arguing for some fundamental reforms to realign post-18 education with the benefits it offers students and society.
At a New Statesman Labour fringe the Shadow BEIS Secretary and general secretary of the TUC discussed how to encourage young people to join trade unions.
At a New Statesman and FSB Labour fringe, the Shadow Chancellor stated his preference for a general election over a “people’s vote”.
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The debate over university funding rages on, but the solution lies in listening to those who are affected most.
However, the number of young people starting apprenticeships has taken a downturn this academic year.
More than half of companies surveyed by the CIPD had “never heard of” the government’s new vocational qualification.
The Dfe has defended the use of exam results to judge school performance.
In his first speech as Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds made a commitment to improving life chances for disadvantaged pupils.
Hereford’s NMiTE is the first new university in the UK in 30 years and aims to deliver a liberal approach to learning.