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Education News

Three schools removed from delivering first wave of T-levels

Three schools will no longer deliver the first wave of T-levels after one was rated “requires improvement” by Ofsted and two others “decided not to” take part. The Department for Education has today updated its list of those delivering the first wave of the technical qualifications in 2020. Analysis by sister title FE Week found

DfE ‘recognises’ Progress 8 can drive ‘perverse incentives’

The Department for Education has admitted it “recognises” that its progress 8 performance measure can drive perverse incentives for schools with challenging intakes. The government has today published its response to the education select committee’s ‘Forgotten Children’ report. One of the report’s findings was that the government’s “strong focus” on standards has resulted in practices

Three schools removed from T-levels 2020 delivery but one college added

Three schools will no longer deliver the first wave of T-levels after one received a low grade from Ofsted and two others “decided not to” take part. But Suffolk New College has been added to the list of those delivering the technical qualifications from 2020, after the government went back out to find providers when

DfE figures shoot down UTCs’ ‘incredible’ destinations claims

New government data has undermined boasts about University Technical Colleges’ “excellent destinations”, and shows the level of NEET leavers to be eight times higher than is claimed. The Baker Dearing Trust, which backs UTCs, has repeatedly asserted that just one per cent of 18-year-olds leaving the 14 to 19 technical institutions were not in employment,