The terms of reference sets out the objectives of the post-18 review and provides details on its structure. The overall review will be led by the government, with input from an independent panel led by Philip Augar and comprising experts from across post-18 education and the business world. The panel will publish their report at an interim stage, before the government concludes the overall review in early 2019.
Lists of local authorities seeking academy and free school proposers, and of all academies and free schools already set up.
An analysis of employment and mobility within the state-sector teacher workforce.
This release provides headline statistics on the use of the apprenticeship service. These include apprenticeship service account registrations (ASAs) and numbers of commitments (reported to December 2017), where an apprentice who is expected to go on to start has been recorded in the system.
Additionally, monthly apprenticeship starts information for the first four months of the 2017 to 2018 academic year are also presented (reported to November 2017).
This guide describes how business support staff working in schools can join or create a school business professional network. Networks help business support staff to connect and share information.
All levels of staff can benefit from being part of a network. A network offers many opportunities, including:
Estimates of the value of education-related exports and transnational education activity for 2015.
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