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Businesses of all sizes in every sector of Britain’s economy should be taking on apprentices, the new chief executive of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers has said. In an interview with Central Lobby, Stewart Segal said apprenticeships are “a real ladder of opportunity, a real entry point into employment”...
IPPR press release Vocational education damaged by league table changes Government policy could result in higher youth unemployment Government tinkering with...
SNP press release New qualification will help young workers prove their skills A new qualification for 16-19 year olds in Scotland will help provide employers ...
The Centre for Social Justice press release School failure conference: CSJ teams up with leading anti-gangs charity A leading charity and think-tank have teamed...
Kevin Brennan press release Kevin Brennan MP, Labour's Shadow Schools Minister, commenting on the launch of the Teacher Development Trust Report, 'Towards a Royal...
Charlotte Leslie argued that establishing a Royal College of Teaching would have a positive impact on the British education system. “Well, one thing to say, there...
30/04/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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