8 April 2019 — News story
£6.5 million for councils to launch new projects like family reading sessions and parenting pop ups.
10 April 2019 — News story
New employer-led Institutes of Technology to offer top-quality, higher level technical education to help close skills gaps in key STEM areas.
2 April 2019 — News story
The Universities Minister Chris Skidmore launched two apps which empower students to make better choices about where and what to study at university.
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Information about becoming or employing an apprentice for young people, parents and employers.
2 April 2019 — Open consultation
We are seeking views on a local authority registration system for children who do not attend state-funded or registered independent schools.
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