Our thinking on current learning and skills issues, alongside contributions from leading voices across the sector and the political spectrum.
by Nicola Aylward • on 02 Feb 2016
‘Equity in education requires early intervention’ – impact and challenges of low literacy and numeracy levels amongst young people in England
Last week the OECD published its latest report into literacy and numeracy skills.
by David Hughes • on 22 Jan 2016
At our roundtable with Policy Exchange yesterday, the Skills Minister, Nick Boles, set out a thorough a
by Steve Mulligan • on 15 Jan 2016
Recognising the critical importance of the devolution agenda, we decided that the first major policy report of Learning and Work Institute would focus on the key role that local areas can play in joining up employment, learning and skills interventions to unleash local talent, to tackle employment and skills challenges, and to deliver inclusive growth.
by Cerys Furlong • on 14 Jan 2016
Learning and Work Cymru director Cerys Furlong reflects on the publication of the Fostering High Quality Vocational Further Education in Wales report and considers the role and purpose of high quality vocational education as part of the education and skills landscape.
by Shane Chowen • on 14 Jan 2016
This morning, a small group of MPs forming a committee you've probably never heard of will vote through regulations which deliver some of the changes to higher education student finance.