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Education Secretary speaks at launch of digital learning review, discusses lifelong loans and the importance of the Turing Scheme

Speaking at the launch of the Office for Students' review of digital teaching in higher education, @GavinWilliamson discussed the future of online learning.  In the speech Gavin Williamson highlights the power of digital technology to transform higher education and how he wants the Lifelong Loan Entitlement to bring about the end of the ‘default’ higher education experience being a three-year degree. He also reiterates the ambition and importance of the Turing Scheme and its advantages to Erasmus+.

LMI for All: Developing and enhancing a labour market information database

#LMI for All is provided by the Department for Education (@EducationGovUK) and delivered by the Institute for Employment Research (@WarwickIER) at the University of Warwick in collaboration with Pontydysgu (a Welsh educational research institute).

Teacher assessed grades - Students will receive grades awarded and determined by teachers, with pupils only assessed on what they have been taught

Students will receive grades awarded and determined by teachers, with pupils only assessed on what they have been taught, the Education Secretary @GavinWilliamson announced today.  Teacher assessed grades for students 

Chief Medical Officer: “If you keep children out of school, every single one of the children you keep out of school is disadvantaged”

The country’s Chief Medical Officer, Professor Chris Whitty, has said that it is “absolutely universally accepted that there are huge advantages for children to be in school”.

New £700M Education recovery package announced for children and young people

New £700 million package launched by @BorisJohnson and @GavinWilliamson, focusing on an expansion of one-to-one and small group tutoring programmes, as well as supporting the development of disadvantaged children in early years settings, and summer provision for those pupils who need it the most. 

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