Today's Education in the media focuses on today's Skills Summit, as well as Ofsted figures which show that there are now 1.9 million more pupils in good or outstanding schools than in 2010.
Education Secretary Justine Greening has written a comment piece for the Sun today, as part of the announcement of the first three T levels that will be taught from 2020.
Today’s blog focuses on the number of young people looking to go to into higher education, and the further education choices available to young people.
Today's news review features a podcast with the Education Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities and looks ahead to the speech she is making at the British Chambers of Commerce this afternoon.
Today’s news review examines a report put out by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) on school funding, and the government’s industrial strategy.
Robert Halfon, Skills and Apprenticeships Minister, wrote the following comment piece for the New Statesman. My vision has always been simple: that each and every person no matter what their age or background gets a chance at a decent job …
Today’s news review looks at a report on head teacher recruitment that doesn’t tally with the figures and a report into apprenticeships.
Today's news review looks at the Technical and Further Education Bill which was published in Parliament yesterday.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of average primary school classes compared with other countries, and warnings from the construction sector of a jobs shortage.
Following the publication of Lord Sainsbury's report into technical education and the Government's response with the Post-16 Skills Plan, on Friday 8 July, a number of organisations have come foward with supportive comments on the next steps in technical education …