Department for Education (DfE)
How we're reforming technical education and developing the T Level qualifications for post-16 students.
How we're developing industry placements for post-16 students.
We are seeking views on proposed subject content for new digital functional skills qualifications.
Proposed changes to entitlement for same sex spouses and civil partners, and to the requirement to nominate unmarried partners for survivor benefits.
The reception baseline assessment (RBA) is scheduled to be introduced in all state-funded primary schools in September 2020.
How we regulate and intervene in independent schools, and details of when we take legal action against unregistered schools.
A call for evidence on school exclusions.
We are seeking views on how we identify which schools should be eligible for an offer of support to help improve educational performance.
Call for evidence on the financial arrangements for children and young people with special educational needs and disability (SEND) and those who need alternative provision (AP).
We are seeking views on drafts of advice for schools on independent school standards, and a policy statement on regulatory and enforcement action.
Sets out our aims for apprenticeship reform and summarises how this will benefit employers and apprentices.
We are seeking views on plans to improve adult basic digital skills.
An analysis of the impact of reforms designed to improve adult basic digital skills on specific protected groups of people.
A consultation on the Department for Education’s proposal on the increase to employer contributions to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme in 2019 to 2020.
The government's plan to create new Institutes of Technology through a national competition, including a list of successful applicants and the next steps.
We are seeking views on proposed changes to the fees and frequency of inspections regulations.
A strategy for education providers and the technology industry to help improve and increase the effective use of technology in education.
Call for evidence on greater oversight of children whose parents elect to educate them at home, and consultation on revised DfE guidance documents.
We are seeking views on a local authority registration system for children who do not attend state-funded or registered independent schools.
This policy sets out how the government will support and intervene to improve financial resilience and quality in colleges.
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