Government recognition of the importance of digital education for everyone is clear
Dr Julie Mills is an education professional, passionate about learning, skills, social justice and inclusion.
The aching old stereotypes still persist in our own society that anything to do with numbers is a male preserve
06/08/2018 10:39 BST
10/11/2017 15:05 GMT
Implementing the Government's policy has certainly been challenging, yes. Improving the skills of our future leaders was unlikely to be easy, but MK College has risen to this challenge. I believe this new policy is key to transforming the lives of all of our students and it has certainly been a challenge worth tackling.
13/01/2017 13:26 GMT
After recent years during in which budget announcements have seen some fairly brutal cuts take their toll on Further Education, it was something of a relief for the sector to emerge from Mr Osborne's speech to Parliament last week relatively unscathed on this occasion.
23/03/2016 11:31 GMT
13/02/2016 23:12 GMT
17/11/2015 09:58 GMT
20/10/2015 15:55 BST
The government's plans for improving skills in Britain are ambitious and wide-ranging. The Chancellor's briefing document, "Fixing the foundations: Creating a more prosperous nation," explains in a little over eighty pages how this is to be done.
11/08/2015 15:35 BST
10/07/2015 11:54 BST
In all the pre-election excitement/apathy/hype/horror (make your own selection and delete as appropriate) I have a novel idea for politicians of all parties everywhere. Promise, if elected, to do as little as possible. I'm convinced it's a winner.
21/04/2015 10:57 BST
14/04/2015 11:35 BST
The Chancellor had a good tale to tell about falling unemployment, falling welfare bills, growth in output and living standards. He talked repeatedly about how the government of which he is a member is "fixing the roof as the sun begins to shine." The problem is, if we're not able to train people to do the job, he may find himself having to fix his own roof.
19/03/2015 09:49 GMT
Why should a skilled engineer come to work for us to teach when we can't pay them anything like what they would earn working in industry? Would you do it?
11/03/2015 14:18 GMT
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