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Education: multi-academy trusts

Details: In Focus. Education. Emily Haves. An education white paper published on 28 March 2022 set out the Government’s ambition for all schools to be part of a multi-academy trust by 2030. This policy has been criticised by some, who argue that multi-academy trusts are not more effective or efficient than other types of school structure.

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Queen’s Speech 2022: Education

Details: Education measures in the 2022 Queen’s Speech are likely to be dominated by provisions outlined in the schools white paper, published in March 2022. In addition, proposals for new national standards on provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and legislation on school funding and the lifelong loan entitlement (LLE) are expected. …

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Role of early years educators

Details: The impact of early years education. Research indicates early childhood education and care can have a positive impact on children’s educational, cognitive, behavioural and social outcomes, in the short and long term. It can also play a positive role in raising attainment and closing the gap between outcomes for children from disadvantaged

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Schools: Parental Decision Making and Access to Pupil …

Details: LEA-Maintained Schools. The Education (Pupil Information) (England) Regulations 2005 (SI 2005/1437) give parents of pupils at Local Education Authority (LEA) maintained schools the right to access their child’s educational records. Educational records may include information such as the records of the pupil’s academic achievements as well

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Careers guidance in schools, colleges and universities …

Details: The Department for Education has published statutory guidance (most recently updated in July 2021) for maintained schools on their duty to provide careers guidance. In September 2022, this duty will be extended to pupils in year 7, and to all academies. Many academies and free schools are subject to the duties relating to careers guidance

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March 2022 schools White Paper (England)

Details: March 2022’s schools white paper for England is the first in six years. It’s set against a backdrop of pandemic disruption and ‘learning loss’ for many, especially disadvantaged and vulnerable children. The policy paper, Opportunity for all: strong schools with great teachers for your child, is wide-ranging, proposing changes to how

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Educational poverty: how children in residential care have been let

Details: 41% of care leavers aged 19–21 are not in education, employment or training, up from 39% in 2020. This is a shameful reflection of an education and careers system that routinely—and without consequences—fails far too many looked-after children. Too often, the potential of care leavers is not being realised.

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Sexual harassment in schools

Details: Education policy is a devolved area, and this briefing focuses on the position in English schools. Links are provided to relevant policies in place in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. A separate Library briefing provides information on Sexual harassment and violence in further and higher education.

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Schools Bill [HL]

Details: The House of Lords is scheduled to debate the second reading of the Schools Bill [HL] on 23 May 2022. The bill was announced in the Queen’s Speech on 10 May 2022 and introduced in the House of Lords on 11 May 2022. The explanatory notes to the bill highlight the government’s “long-term vision to improve the school system”, including

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Her Majesty's Government: Department for Education

Details: Minister of State (Education) Will Quince. Conservative. Colchester. Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Education) Andrea Jenkyns. Conservative. Morley and Outwood. Brendan Clarke-Smith.

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Education Publications

Details: Friday, 08 July, 2022. This House of Commons Library briefing paper looks at the requirements on schools, colleges and universities in England to provide careers guidance, the quality of the advice provided, and also the organisations working to provide careers advice. Research Briefing.

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Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL]

Details: Background. The Skills and Post-16 Education Bill was introduced in the House of Lords on 18 May 2021 and passed its third reading on 25 October 2021. The Bill received its first reading in the House of Commons on 26 October 2021. The Bill forms the legislative underpinning for reforms set out in the Department for Education (DfE) White Paper

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Educational outcomes of Black pupils and students

Details: Documents to download. Educational outcomes of Black pupils and students (159 KB , PDF) At GCSE level, young people from the Black major ethnic group [1], on average, have the lowest combined English and maths pass rate of any major ethnic group. However, pupils from this group, on average, fare better on the main progress measure, known as

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Tackling inequalities faced by Gypsy, Roma and Traveller …

Details: 5 Education. 54. There is no lack of aspiration from Gypsy and Traveller parents for their children, but, for some, formal education is not seen as a part of those aspirations. This means that it is too easy for the education system to write off the potential of Gypsy and Traveller children, enabling prejudice to continue. The ability to access

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The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and Alternative

Details: The system supports children and young people aged 0-25, and aims to unify support across education, healthcare, and social services. The current system was introduced in 2014, and five years after its inception the review aimed to take a wholesale look at how the system was functioning, with particular focus on issues such as:

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Lords continues further scrutiny of Schools Bill at report stage

Details: Lords considers Schools Bill. The Schools Bill aims to empower the government to make new regulations regarding the operation of academies, funding for mainstream schools, school attendance, the register of independent institutions and teacher misconduct.. Detailed scrutiny Report stage is an extra chance for members to closely scrutinise elements of the bill …

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Queen's Speech 2022

Details: Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill 2021-22 (scheduled to be considered on 25 April 2022); and; High Speed Rail (Crewe – Manchester) Bill 2021-22, a hybrid bill, (scheduled to be considered on 25 April 2022); Two draft bills were published in 2021-22, one has been formally introduced: Draft Downstream Oil Resilience Bill

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Financial sustainability of the higher education sector in England

Details: The financial sustainability of the sector has been declining since before the pandemic and the OfS recognises that providers face ongoing pressures. The number of higher education providers with an in-year deficit increased from seven out of 133 (5%) in 2015/16 to 80 out of 247 (32%) in 2019/20. The number with an in-year deficit of 5% or more

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Do not require parents to register home educated children with …

Details: The Education Act 1996 also gives the SoS powers to intervene when a LA exercises their functions unreasonably or fails to comply with their duties under that Act, which will include the new registration provisions. Parents can also ask their LA to revoke a school attendance order (SAO), and if the LA refuses, the parent can appeal to the

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Eligibility for home fee status and student support in England

Details: When making decisions on fee status, higher education providers follow regulations produced by the Department for Education but may also exercise some discretion. To receive publicly funded student support, including tuition fee and maintenance loans, students must also be allocated home status by Student Finance England. Student Finance

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Schools Bill [HL]

Details: A Bill To Make provision for the regulation of Academies; about school and local education funding; about the attendance of children at school; about the regulation of independent educational institutions; about teacher misconduct; and for connected purposes.

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FE white paper: Skills for Jobs for Lifelong Learning for …

Details: On 22 January 2021 the Government published its further education white paper – Skills for Jobs: Lifelong Learning for Opportunity and Growth. The further education (FE) and skills sector is large and complex with a wide range of public and private providers and significant numbers of students.It has frequently been said that the sector is overlooked and undervalued …

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EDUCATION (IRELAND.) (Hansard, 16 March 1832)

Details: EDUCATION (IRELAND.) (Hansard, 16 March 1832) Search Help. HANSARD 1803–2005 → 1830s → 1832 → March 1832 → 16 March 1832 → Commons Sitting EDUCATION (IRELAND.) HC Deb 16 March 1832 vol 11 cc320-9 320 § Mr. Shaw. rose to present a Petition from the county of Cork, signed by upwards of 4,000 of the Nobility, Gentry, and all the most

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Tackling inequalities faced by Gypsy, Roma and Traveller …

Details: Specialist support in education and health that has been put in place has not been sustained and is increasingly reliant on small, voluntary agencies. Data gaps and how to deal with them. The Woman and Equalities Committee is recommending to the Government that: Gypsy, Irish Traveller and Roma categories should be added to the NHS data

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Prison Education Report

Details: Prison Education Report. The Education Committee publishes its report on Prison education on Wednesday 18th May. The embargo on the report will be lifted for media publication on Tuesday 17th May at 10pm. The report is the culmination of the Committee’s inquiry into the current arrangements for educating adult prisoners.

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Children’s Education Recovery and Childcare Costs

Details: Education recovery remains a top priority for the Government: it is a key part of building back better, levelling up and making sure that we are ready and skilled for a future in which the next generation can prosper. Helping our children to recover from the impact of the pandemic is one of the Government’s key priorities, so we have

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Lords Private Members' Bills ballot 2022

Details: Education (Non-religious Philosophical Convictions) Bill [HL] Tuesday 14 June. 23 . Baroness Hussein-Ece. Private Burial Grounds and Cemeteries Bill [HL] Wednesday 15 June. 24 . Lord Woodley. Employment and Trade Union Rights (Dismissal and Re-engagement) Bill [HL] Wednesday 15 June. 25 . Lord Randall of Uxbridge. Marine Protected Areas (Bottom

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Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill

Details: Bill (2) Full text of the Bill as introduced and further versions of the Bill as it is reprinted to incorporate amendments (proposals for change) made during its …

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Careers guidance for young people: The impact of the new …

Details: The Education Act 2011 introduced a statutory duty on schools in England to secure access to independent, impartial careers guidance for their pupils in years 9–11. The duty came into force in September 2012 and we decided to hold an inquiry to coincide with this, to see how schools were responding to their new duty.

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Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG)

Details: AEIAG0110 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Get Files. Open PDF. 80KB. Open HTML. 42KB. Witnesses Nottingham Trent University. Committees Education Committee. Published 29 June 2022. Written Evidence. AEIAG0111 - Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Get Files. Open PDF.

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Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill

Details: The Higher Education Policy Institute has just published a survey which indicates that students have become more protective of what they see as vulnerable minorities, less willing to accept that freedom of speech necessarily includes the right to offend and less willing to tolerate university teachers whose views clash sharply with their own

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Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill

Details: “registered higher education provider that is eligible for financial support” means a registered higher education provider that is an eligible higher education provider for the purposes of section 39; “students’ union”, in relation to any institution, has the same meaning as it has in Part 2 of the Education Act 1994 in relation

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International Women’s Day 2022: gender gaps across the world

Details: Despite years of international attention on the issue, global gender gaps remain. Data published by the World Economic Forum in 2021 showed that global gender gaps remained in education, health, economics and politics. This article looks at findings from the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2021, as well as the impact of the Covid-19 …

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