T-levels

Schools ‘in limbo’ as ministers scrap hairdressing and barbering T-levels

Leaders' union warns of 'considerable disruption' as plans ditched after years of development

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
T-levels

T-levels: Schools could be charged more for low pupil numbers

New 'adaptive pricing model' will allow exam boards to charge higher fees if projected student numbers fall

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
Exams

Ofqual reveals new interim chair

Former teacher and college principal Frances Wadsworth will step up when Sir Ian Bauckham takes up chief regulator post

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
A-level results 2023

T-level results 2023: 1 in 3 students dropped out

Nearly a quarter of students scored top grades this year, with an overall pass rate of 90.5%

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
BTECs

Missed deadline risks thousands of BTEC results

Scores of schools and colleges missed the July 5 data deadline

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
T-levels

T-levels: Government ‘not walking the walk’

The majority of government departments have not offered a single placement since the launch

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
Schools

What does Burnham’s new ‘MBacc’ qualification mean for schools?

Proposals for the 'MBacc', which will steer pupils towards technical training in Greater Manchester, have put the mayor on...

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
Politics

Brendan Clarke-Smith and Andrea Jenkyns become DfE ministers

New ministers fill vacancies left by a wave of resignations this week, but portfolios yet to be confirmed

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen
Careers

Mandatory college visits in pipeline for pupils’ careers education

The measure will feature as government amendments in the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill

Shane Chowen
Shane Chowen