Articles from Department for Education (DfE)

SEND complaints: guide for young people aged 16 to 25 in education

Guide for young people on how to resolve special education needs and disability (SEND) disagreements.

Further Education Commissioner – Working with #FE colleges to improve their quality and financial resilience

DfE confirm the appointment of a new Deputy FE Commissioner and two FE Advisers.

PRIME MINISTER BOOSTS SCHOOLS WITH £14 BILLION PACKAGE

SCHOOLS across England are set for a giant cash boost as the Prime Minister announces he will invest over £14 billion in primary and secondary education between now and 2022/23.   

Chancellor announces £400 million investment for 16-19 year olds’ education - Sector Response

After the announcement of the largest cash boost in a generation, the Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson, will be answering your funding questions live on Facebook this Thursday (5 Sept) at 6pm.

Lord Agnew now responsible for FE providers and Careers Strategy, with Chris Skidmore as joint Minister of State for the Department for Education

The government yesterday (11 Sept) confirmed Michelle Donelan as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Children and Families, as Chris Skidmore returns as joint Minister of State for the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

Improving your numeracy skills has become easier than ever #NationalNumeracyDay

Anne Milton discusses College and Training Provider Collaboration, Subcontracting, and the A-Team

At this year's AoC Conference The Rt Hon Anne Milton MP, Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills, discusses with FE News some of the pressing issues around Further Education and Skills.

.@AnneMilton Speech from @AELPUK Summer Conference

Click the link below to hear Anne Milton's speech at the AELP's 2018 Summer Conference.

Ensuring universities can feel confident after #Brexit

Today’s Education in the Media looks at the Education Secretary’s visit to Scotland as well as reports on children’s care and the apprenticeship levy.

Anne Milton talks about Social Mobility, Career Progression and SMEs @AELPUK

A year into her role as Apprenticeships and Skills Minister, Anne Milton chats to FE News about the career progression route from entry level 2 to level 7 in work based learning.

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