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Articles from our Fellows and guest writers.
16 May 2016
Academic selection is routine among universities but still controversial in secondary education. Tim Blackman FRSA argues it is time for a change.
24 Feb 2016
David Hughes, Chief exuctive of the Learning and Work Institute explores the future of lifelong learning
14 May 2015
Anthony Painter explains the key research and findings of our first Power to Create paper - The new digital learning age: how we can enable social mobility through technology.
27 Feb 2015
Why education for those aimed nineteen plus - including Labour's new tuition fees policy - is just as insane as housing and welfare policy
19 Feb 2015
This week, Ed Miliband stated that better training is key to increase productivity. If elected, he pledges to create 80,000 additional new apprenticeship places.
08 Jul 2014
In short, it depends – but if you’re a woman in the UK, the odds aren't in your favour.
19 Mar 2014
UK businesses want the government to invest more in skills. But the “skills system” should be conceived as the whole outcome from education and learning. Too many people read it as training delivered by the public sector for young people who don’t go to university. 80% of investment in post-compulsory training is by employers.
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