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Theresa May is said to be planning on using her final days in office to make sure new domestic abuse legislation is passed.
Boris Johnson has pledged to undo billions of pounds of Government cuts to schools funding if he becomes the next Prime Minister.
Whilst there has been scrutiny in the specialist press, little attention has been paid in the mainstream political arena to the Augar Review and the future of Further and Higher education, says Lord Blunkett.
Theresa May has reportedly scaled back her demand for a £27billion "legacy" cash boost for schools amid a row with the Treasury.
Schools should provide unbiased and comprehensive career advice to young people
For many of our young people, particularly those from workless households, careers advice should be as much about inspiration as actual advice on detailed careers, says Baroness Pidding.
Philip Hammond is prepared to resign over Theresa May's bid to secure her legacy as Prime Minister by spending billions of pounds on public services, it has been claimed.
We need a forward-looking arts curriculum to provide the necessary skills for life and work, says Sharon Hodgson
Theresa May has been accused of attempting to tie the hands of her successor with a massive £27bn funding pledge for schools.
A government minister has taken a thinly-veiled swipe at Conservative leadership hopeful Esther McVey after she said parents should be able to withdraw their children from lessons about LGBT relationships.
Boris Johnson has unveiled plans to spend at least £5,000 on every secondary school pupil if he wins the race to succeed Theresa May as Conservative leader.
The proposals set out in the Augar review benefit higher earning graduates at the expense of those on lower incomes. We must invest in lifelong learning for the many, says Wes Streeting
Theresa May has called for the return of student grants after admitting that scrapping them had put those from low-income families off applying to university.
A Labour government would reform school curriculums in England to introduce mandatory lessons on climate change, the party has announced.
GB Community Partnerships Manager, Holly Firmin, discusses how Coca-Cola European Partners is helping to tackle youth unemployment.
Education Select Committee Chair Robert Halfon & Committee member Lucy Powell write in support of the 'Love Our Colleges' campaign which highlights the under-funding of colleges, and makes the case for much-needed investment.
With rise of automation and AI, it is the uniquely human qualities central to oracy that will have sustained value in the competitive global economy, writes the chair of the Oracy APPG Emma Hardy
Lord Fox, Liberal Democrat spokesperson on Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in the House of Lords, has highlighted the concerns surrounding the apprenticeship levy. He focussed especially on the quality of apprenticeships, excessive bureaucracy and limited flexibility.
If the apprenticeship reforms are to work, they need time to bed in, says CMI.
We cannot let our apprentices suffer because of a poorly implemented tax that is stopping businesses from taking them on, says Lord Fox.
Robert Long from the House of Commons Library looks at the changes being introduced to Relationships and Sex Education in schools in England
The House of Commons Library has created a six-episode pilot podcast series on key policy areas to keep busy listeners across the detail, writes Eleanor Davis
Our new inquiry will help to shape a skills ecosystem that responds to local needs and national economic priorities
Those who choose not to go to university deserve a better deal, writes James Kirkup from the Social Market Foundation