Radical, long-term education and skills reforms and investment is needed to address current and future skills gaps and transform life chances for every adult. The Independent Commission on the College of the Future calls for colleges to be placed front and centre of those reforms across the UK’s four nations[…]
The Committee has accepted the CWM submission and it is published on the committee’s website https://committees.parliament.uk/committee/203/education-committee/
http://uk2070.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/The-UK2070-Papers-Series-Two.pdf Refer to Section 8 Creating Colleges of the future for a fairer and stronger society by Lewis Cooper, Director of the Independent Commission on the College of the Future which includes a contribution from Colleges West Midlands.
To tackle the economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis, regions must be able to design their own recovery, says Lowell Williams Last week, I was discussing the challenge of post-Covid economic recovery with the prime minister at Dudley College of Technology. Now, there’s a sentence I thought I’d never write.[…]
Colleges are more used to competing than working together – but we’re seeing great collaboration, writes David Hughes Read the full article at www.tes.com
The 21 institutions in the West Midlands Combined Authority have collaborated on a road map for capital investment Read the full article at www.tes.com