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House of Lords: Library briefing: Part-time and Continuing Education

House of Lords: Library briefing: Part-time and Continuing Education

... of part-time and continuing ...higher education institutions. It taught 38 percent of part-time undergraduates in the UK in 2015/16 and a majority of its new undergraduate ... See full document

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House of Lords: Library Briefing: Music Education in Schools: Debate on 18 October 2018

House of Lords: Library Briefing: Music Education in Schools: Debate on 18 October 2018

... music education in ...Music Education have argued the overall level of funding available has reduced, in part because of pressure on local government ... See full document

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House of Lords: Library briefing: Foreign Language Skills: Trends and Developments

House of Lords: Library briefing: Foreign Language Skills: Trends and Developments

... Figure 3: A Level Entries in French, German and Spanish, 1997–2017 10 The British Council’s 2018 language trends survey report discussed some of the potential reasons for the decline in language learning in recent years. ... See full document

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House of Lords: Library briefing: School Funding in England: Debate on 29 November 2018

House of Lords: Library briefing: School Funding in England: Debate on 29 November 2018

... Total school spending per pupil fell by 8% in real terms between 2009/10 and 2017/18, and will only be about 14% higher in real terms in 2017/18 than in 2003/04. This adds on the additional effect of a 55% real-terms cut ... See full document

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House of Lords: Library Briefing: Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse: Debate on 20 December 2018

House of Lords: Library Briefing: Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse: Debate on 20 December 2018

... same time, he said the inquiry will need to recognise the damage that can be caused by false accusations of sexual abuse, without hesitating to make findings against individuals and institutions if justified by ... See full document

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House of Lords: Library briefing: International Women’s Day: Steps Being Taken to Press for Gender Equality Globally Debate on 8 March 2018

House of Lords: Library briefing: International Women’s Day: Steps Being Taken to Press for Gender Equality Globally Debate on 8 March 2018

... large part of the gender pay gap is down to women’s concentration in part-time work […] this is partly due to women’s disproportionate responsibility for unpaid caring, but also because many of the ... See full document

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House of Lords: Library Briefing: Digital Skills in the United Kingdom

House of Lords: Library Briefing: Digital Skills in the United Kingdom

... this House takes note of the case for improved digital understanding at all levels of United Kingdom ...the continuing advances in digital technology, the importance of digital skills to both the economy ... See full document

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Technical and Further Education Bill : House of Lords library note.

Technical and Further Education Bill : House of Lords library note.

... Shadow Education Minister, Gordon Marsden, stated that a similar amendment had been moved at committee stage, and this change to the Bill was necessary to ensure that the Government’s focus on increasing the ... See full document

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House of Lords: Library Briefing: Free Schools: Contribution to Improving Educational Standards: Debate on 10 January 2019

House of Lords: Library Briefing: Free Schools: Contribution to Improving Educational Standards: Debate on 10 January 2019

... introduced, and point out that the free schools tend to be attended by children from relatively affluent backgrounds. Furthermore, they note that pupils attending them do not do better in post- school education. ... See full document

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Liberty s Report Stage Briefing on Part 1 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill in the House of Lords

Liberty s Report Stage Briefing on Part 1 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill in the House of Lords

... To the extent that these proposals are based on the ability of individuals to pursue resolution of their issues without legal assistance, Liberty believes the Bill is premised on false assumptions about the accessibility ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number CBP 7966, 18 January 2019: Part-time undergraduate students in England

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number CBP 7966, 18 January 2019: Part-time undergraduate students in England

... on part- time students and the negative effect on social mobility: But there is a far more severe issue in the part time and mature market, where a precipitous fall in demand has been seen, ... See full document

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House of Lords Library note: LLN-2017-0014, 13 March 2017: Work of the Ad Hoc Committees in 2014–15: House of Lords Digital Skills Committee

House of Lords Library note: LLN-2017-0014, 13 March 2017: Work of the Ad Hoc Committees in 2014–15: House of Lords Digital Skills Committee

... the House of Lords Digital Skills Committee. Part 1 of the Digital Economy Bill includes provisions to create a broadband universal service obligation, the intention of which is to entitle consumers ... See full document

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House of Commons Library Briefing Paper: Number 1078, 11 September 2019: Education spending in the UK

House of Commons Library Briefing Paper: Number 1078, 11 September 2019: Education spending in the UK

... in education spending v population change In 2017 an estimated £23 billion was spent privately on ...in time and is not affected by shifts from one sector to ...on education start in the 1960s, there ... See full document

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House of Commons Library briefing paper : number 5108, 12 April 2019 : Home education in England

House of Commons Library briefing paper : number 5108, 12 April 2019 : Home education in England

... Education Act 1996 they do have a duty to make arrangements to identify children in their area who are not receiving a suitable education. 21 The DfE’s guidance for local authorities explains that, while ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 5108, 23 May 2018: Home education in England

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 5108, 23 May 2018: Home education in England

... home education on a routine ...suitable education, and to intervene if it appears that they are ...home education encourages authorities to address the issue informally before serving such a ...As ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 7951, 8 January 2018: Technical education reforms

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 7951, 8 January 2018: Technical education reforms

... In addition to this economic rationale, the report also outlined a social need for change: that individuals should have access to a national system of technical qualifications that is easy to understand, has credibility ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 7951, 21 June 2017: Reforms to Technical Education

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 7951, 21 June 2017: Reforms to Technical Education

... In addition to this economic rationale, the report also outlined a social need for change: that individuals should have access to a national system of technical qualifications that is easy to understand, has credibility ... See full document

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House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 08117, 7 June 2018: Sexual harassment in education

House of Commons Library: Briefing paper: Number 08117, 7 June 2018: Sexual harassment in education

... normal part of school life,” and found “an alarming inconsistency in how schools deal with sexual harassment and violence, which is mostly targeted at girls, a disregard for existing national and international ... See full document

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House of Lords Library Note: Number LLN-2017-0013, 13 March 2017: Work of the Ad Hoc Committees in 2014–15: House of Lords Affordable Childcare Committee

House of Lords Library Note: Number LLN-2017-0013, 13 March 2017: Work of the Ad Hoc Committees in 2014–15: House of Lords Affordable Childcare Committee

... as part of the 2015 Spending Review that “at least £50 million of capital funding” would be allocated to help providers who wish to expand and increase the number of places they are able to ...as part of ... See full document

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House of Commons Library : Briefing paper : Number 7393, 1 July 2019 : Higher education funding in England

House of Commons Library : Briefing paper : Number 7393, 1 July 2019 : Higher education funding in England

... ‘protected characteristics’ such as age, sex, disability and ethnicity. The Spending Review and Autumn Statement 2015 made some headline announcements about funding paid through the funding council, the extension of ... See full document

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