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FE Experts Writing Peer To Peer About The Future Of Education 

FE News Feature Articles - Exclusive Peer to Peer thought leadership articles written by leading experts about the future of education and the future of work. #futureofeducation #futureofwork.

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Dr Margot Sunderland, Director of Education and Training, The Centre for Child Mental Health

Schools, colleges and universities are e…

Oct 25, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

  Let’s talk about mental health  Dr Margot Sunderland, Director of Education and Training, The Centre for Child Mental Health discusses the need to normalise talking about mental health and make schools...

Chris Thomson, Education Consultant and former sixth form college principal

Less about Numbers, More a Way of Thinki…

Oct 25, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Chris Thomson describes how maths can illuminate thinking about management: A recent FE News article on the usefulness of maths reminded me of what I owe to the subject. To be honest the...

Paul Mudd

If Moon-shot Thinking Is The Answer, Wha…

Oct 23, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

“Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, magic, and power in it. Begin it now” Johann Wolfgang van Goethe What’s Going On? Stories begin where they begin...

 Dan Blake, Managing Director EMEA, Claris

How low-code is closing the UKs Skills G…

Oct 22, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

COVID-19 caused a major shift in organisational processes, as businesses across all industries have turned to digital transformation (DX) to improve business operations. As organisations put in place the necessary...

Dr Stuart Edwards

E-ASSESSMENT IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION: TIM…

Oct 22, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The pandemic has shaken the world of assessment. As with other societal habits like commuting and meetings, it has brought lurking questions and doubts back to the surface. One of these...

Dr Diana Beech, Chief Executive Officer of London Higher and a Commissioner on the Lifelong Learning Commission

Why lifelong learning matters for London

Oct 21, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

It can’t have escaped anyone’s notice that us Londoners get twitchy when we hear talk of levelling up. That’s because we know that this agenda isn’t really about London and...

Mark Sweeney, Regional Vice President, UK & Ireland, Citrix

The need for a new, sustainable model fo…

Oct 21, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

How can institutions boost their sustainability credentials and accelerate change?  FE institutions and universities are under immense pressure to evolve and place sustainability action at the heart of everything they do...

Jon Collins, Chief Executive, Prisoners' Education Trust

Government plans for adult education mus…

Oct 21, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Today (21 Oct) the government’s Skills and Post-16 Education Bill, second day of report stage is being debated in the House of Lords.  This Bill follows the publication of a White...

Dr Deirdre Hughes OBE, Director, DMH Associates

Young people have stated they want and n…

Oct 20, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Britain’s young talent pipeline has to be well equipped and able to contribute to future skills and economic growth. From one of the most comprehensive surveys with young people in...

Nazrene Mannie, Executive Director, GAN Global Apprenticeship Network

The Role of Business on Building Skills …

Oct 20, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The Business 20 (B20) established over ten years ago in 2010 is the official G20 dialogue forum with the global business community. Represented by companies and business organisations, it is...

Fadl Al Tarzi, Founder/CEO of Nexford University

Technology is a headwind for mid-career …

Oct 20, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Unemployment has long been a salient issue for governments and societies, especially more recently since the 2008 financial crisis turned economies and labour markets on their heads. With the unexpected...

Oriel Octave, Head of Education at NOSCE Education.

More Must be Done to Close Ever-widening…

Oct 19, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Just this September, Labour MP Dianne Abbott and activist Lord Simon Woolley wrote a detailed letter to the former Education Secretary Gavin Williamson. In this, the pair urged Williamson and...

Sherrie Donaldson, Director, African Innovators (Pty) Ltd

The Social Impact of Apprenticeships –…

Oct 19, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

South Africa is known as one of the most unequal countries in the world, reporting a per-capita expenditure Gini coefficient of 0,65 in 2015 [1]. In addition, substantial gender and...

Simon Walker, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Kubrick

From Talent Pool to Talent Ocean: Pluggi…

Oct 18, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Businesses are striving to become data-driven and harvest the value this approach will bring. Yet, the misconception that transformation is rooted in the technology which facilitate it prevails; technological revolution...

Manan Khurma Founder and CEO of Cuemath

For two decades female programmers domin…

Oct 18, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

#EdTech and closing the coding gender gap  A default assumption about the lack of gender diversity in STEM subjects, such as coding and computer science, is that it always existed. Historic data shows...

Candace Miller, Managing Director, SFJ Awards

Recognising the importance of fostering …

Oct 16, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

While continuous learning should long be considered by all organisations to be as fundamental for every staff member’s development as any other part of their role, if it was not...

Tutor Voices

The FE Professionalism War is over: now …

Oct 15, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The extent to which professions and professionalism have always been mutable, subject to power relations, and intrinsically contested; is illustrated by the changing role of barbers between the medieval to...

Beth Porter, President, COO, Co-founder, Esme Learning

Upskilling and reskilling for the future…

Oct 15, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

As proliferating technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR) and other augmentation tech become more accessible and readily available, there is growing pressure for organisations - and those...

Learnings from the Conservative Party Conference 2021

Learnings from the Conservative Party Co…

Oct 14, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The Conservative Party Conference (#CPC21) took place in Manchester from the 3rd – 6th October, featuring a newly elected cabinet and new ministerial teams across government. For us, this proved a particularly helpful...

Heleen Goorissen, Chief Sustainability Officer, Avantium

Creativity, diversity, and inclusivity: …

Oct 14, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

STEM education is an investment into the future. The current state of the climate crisis has highlighted the urgency and importance of nurturing prospective scientists to come up with alternative...

Ivan Harding, Chief Executive Officer, Applaud

How Has The Work Tech Landscape Changed …

Oct 13, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Though the way we work today is a huge departure from what we would have considered ‘normal’ pre-pandemic, we’re still very much in a period of adaptation. Businesses are trying...

Neil Bates is Chair of Trustees at the Edge Foundation

The PM’s vision for a high skilled eco…

Oct 13, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

It was with raised eyebrows that I heard the Prime Minister’s (@BorisJohnson) recent Conservative Party (@Conservatives) Conference speech. It was not the usual policy-lite rhetoric or lack of direction that...

Sally Alexander, Manging Director, Amberglow

The Importance of EdTech in classrooms p…

Oct 12, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

“Only a crisis – actual or perceived – produces real change. When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around.” - Milton Friedman Future...

Ian Pryce

Let’s stop being so quick to axe fundi…

Oct 12, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Never mind the quality  My grandparents loved the late 1960s comedy “Never Mind the Quality, Feel the Width”, a series that revolved around the cultural differences between two tailors, one Jewish...

Graham Hunter, VP of Skills, CompTIA

People from Underrepresented Communities…

Oct 11, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

There is a troubling lack of diversity in the tech sector. Our sector’s unwillingness to bring in prospective workers from non-traditional (non-degree) backgrounds or to hire people from underrepresented backgrounds...

David Allison, CEO and Co-Founder, GetMyFirstJob

The latest jobs data is out, and hiring …

Oct 09, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The latest KPMG and REC, UK Report on Jobs was published yesterday, 8th October 2021. The trends that started following the opening of the economy post-lockdown have continued, with little...

Darren Hockley, Managing Director at DeltaNet International

World Mental Health Day: How organisatio…

Oct 09, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

According to the latest research by Edays, 41% of the workforce feel that their workplace has negatively impacted their wellbeing during the pandemic, with 10% of them not getting support...

Clive Read, a partner and education specialist at law firm Shakespeare Martineau.

A new era for Further Education

Oct 09, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Although teaching never stopped, the further education (FE) sector was impacted significantly by the Covid-19 pandemic. Typically buzzing cultural hubs and key drivers for the local economy, institutions were forced to...

AELP's Jane Hickie

Skills skills skills: a view of Conserva…

Oct 08, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The Conservative Party met for their annual conference in Manchester 3-5 October 2021. This was their first major in-person event since before the pandemic. AELP saw this as a great...

Floyd Woodrow MBE DCM, Founder and CEO, Quantum Group

Transforming education: why we cannot af…

Oct 08, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

With the lifting of many restrictions placed on us by Covid-19, there’s been a lot of talk about things going ‘back to normal’. In the education system the pandemic has hit...

Steve Murrells, CEO of The Co-operative Group

Together, we can turn around the fortune…

Oct 07, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

One of the best parts of my job is being able to meet individuals from the different communities the Co-op connects with. Recently, I visited Failsworth Co-op Academy in Manchester...

Labour Party Conference 2021 Photo Credit: Elena Wilson

Immersing ourselves in five days of disc…

Oct 06, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The Labour Party Conference (#LAB21) took place in Brighton from the 25th – 29th September. Being the first full conference since the 2019 General Election (where the party suffered its...

Dave Sherwood, CEO, BibliU

How universities can use what they have …

Oct 06, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The highest ever volume of British 18-year-olds (38%) applied for university this year, with the pandemic limiting gap year prospects and Brexit red tape restricting opportunities to study abroad ...

Vince Green, Education Director at Summit Learning Trust

Thank you Ofqual! Why it’s right for a…

Oct 05, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Students, teachers and parents exhaled a sigh of relief last week, following The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation’s (@Ofqual) announcement concerning the mechanics of exam grading in 2022.  Those students...

Jacqui Molkenthin, JEML Consulting

Hints and tips for EpAOs on designing mu…

Oct 04, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Across my work, with a wide range of EpAOs, I have seen a variety of approaches to the design of questions for knowledge tests. Knowledge tests requirements across the assessment...

Joel Petrie, Secretary, Trentham Books

How Grimm is Further Education?

Oct 04, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Once upon a time… This book was conceived in 2012, the 200th anniversary of the publication of the Grimm brothers' Die Kinder und Hausmärchen (Children's and Household Tales), which included the...

Vanessa Wilson, CEO, University Alliance

Fast and furious reforms to teacher trai…

Oct 02, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

As a sector we are well practised in dealing with constant review and reform as successive administrations grapple with Higher Education (HE) policy. Though the task of proving why any...

HMS Albion Arrival

Shipping Week showed why maritime career…

Oct 01, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

When the world of shipping comes together to shape the industry of tomorrow, it comes sailing to the UK (@MaritimeUK)  It is here, at London International Shipping Week (LISW), where industry...

Donna Ford-Clarke, Product Director for BTEC, Apprenticeships and Digital Services at Pearson

Giving local leaders the tools and fundi…

Oct 01, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Tech and business advances have accelerated as a result of the pandemic. Rather than preparing for the economy of the future in 2030, we have to get ready for it...

Stella Ngozi Mbubaegbu CBE, BFELG Executive Team Member

The Black FE Leadership Group – lookin…

Oct 01, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Earlier this week, we launched our annual impact report 2020-2021, ‘A year of remarkable impact’. In unique, hybrid format, the Impact Report highlights the many successes of the Black* FE Leadership...

Jon Faulkner, Managing Director of 6bythree

What more can the education sector do to…

Oct 01, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The pandemic has put pressure on young people like never before with the latest figures from the Centre for Mental Health showing that one in six students has a mental...

Written by Ash Austin, Commercial Director of Collab Group

BAME leadership – why it’s personal

Sep 30, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

How many FE college CEOs from a BAME background do you know? I’d hazard a guess that the answer is, “Not many.” Diversity and Inclusion in the FE world is...

Robin Landman OBE CCMI, BFELG Executive Team Member

Unpacking The Black FE Leadership Group …

Sep 29, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The BFELG’s (@FeLeadership) first Impact Report is introduced by Lord Simon Woolley and prefaced by the BFELG Executive. The Report "A year of remarkable Impact 2020 - 2021" is highly visual...

Ranjit Dhindsa, Head of Employment, Pensions, Immigration and Compliance at Fieldfisher. Ranjit is an independent member of the Audit and Risk Committee at Aston University.

Ethnicity pay reporting in the further e…

Sep 29, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Following an e-petition debate by UK MPs that revealed broad consensus on the need for mandatory data collection on ethnicity pay, Fieldfisher's Head of Employment, Pensions, Immigration and Compliance Ranjit...

Dr Leila Khouja Walker, Educator, Researcher and Co-Founder of Persona Education

Social and emotional learning in educati…

Sep 28, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

 Dr Leila Khouja Walker, Educator, Researcher and Co-Founder of Persona Education discusses the importance of social-emotional learning for secondary students in light of the pandemic The last 18 months have seen...

Tabitha Roberts, Policy Advisor, The Edge Foundation

Learnings from the Liberal Democrat Part…

Sep 27, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The Liberal Democrats Autumn Conference (#LDConf) took place virtually from the 17-20th September, with attendees from across the country gathering online for four days of policy debate, fringe events and...

Sid Madge is founder of Meee (My Education Employment Enterprise)

Becoming, Being and Believing in Great H…

Sep 27, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Our world needs great human beings, great citizens who add value and make the world a better place. Those people who inspire hope and spread kindness, not hate and division...

Jacqui Molkenthin, JEML Consulting

Understanding and building effective gov…

Sep 25, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

One of the most common areas I get asked for support from #EpAOs relates to how to meet @Ofqual’s requirements on governance and governing body, and I can see why;...

Paul Kessell-Holland is National Head of Curriculum Design Projects at the Education and Training Foundation (ETF)

Celebrating T Levels one year on

Sep 24, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Last September the first students enrolled on the government’s new flagship qualification, the #TLevel.What have the past 12 months delivered for these students and their teachers and future employers? It is...

Kallum Russell, award-winning business owner and founder of UNpreneur

Why FE needs to collaborate to help stud…

Sep 24, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Colleges have a vital role in helping graduates demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset  As the economy rebuilds, colleges have a vital role in helping graduates demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset, so they can...

Anthony Impey MBE

A once-in-a-generation opportunity for S…

Sep 23, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Few of us will forget the Monday evening in March last year when the Prime Minister announced that the country was going into lockdown. For businesses leaders it triggered the...

Tony Lewin, NCG Executive Principal (South)

Colleges well placed to be a really impo…

Sep 23, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

As we look back at the recent #G7 gathering of world leaders in Cornwall and forward to the #COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow in under 50 days time, and...

Mandy Crawford-Lee, Director of Policy and Operations and Chief Executive Designate, UVAC

Five Asks of the New Secretary of State …

Sep 22, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

UVAC is the national not for profit HE representative organisation for Higher Education Institutions committed to the higher-level vocational agenda.  We have over 80 HEIs from all mission groups in membership. As...

Sallyann Baldry, Independent consultant specialising in apprenticeships

Considering changing EPAO? A guide to en…

Sep 22, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

SWITCHING YOUR #EPAO  Why it might be time to check your current situation and review the available options. There are plenty of money wise guru’s out there telling you to switch your...

Sally Alexander, Principal, MK College Group with responsibility for Prison Education

Prison Educators deserve our gratitude

Sep 21, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Commentary should recognise extraordinary contribution of Prison Educators  The commentary from Ofsted and the Prisons’ Inspectorate (HMIP) on the state of Prison Education is an interesting reflection; there is much to...

Aparna Ramanathan is an alumni member of the WISE Edtech Accelerator.

Social and emotional learning in educati…

Sep 21, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Aparna Ramanathan, an alumni member of the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) Edtech Accelerator, discusses the need for social and emotional learning in education and how Qatar has started...

Jane Hickie is chief executive of Association of Employment and Learning Providers

30 September shouldn’t be the end for …

Sep 21, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

The continued uncertainty around the pandemic keeps having an impact on education, skills and employment. The mainstream media likes to get its hooks into eye-catching developments such as recent graduates...

Nazrene Mannie, Executive Director, GAN Global Apprenticeship Network

Looking beyond COVID-19 through the lens…

Sep 20, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Closing the skills mismatch gap is more urgent than ever. To tackle this issue, we need to not only take an in-depth look at the skills people need to remain...

Simon Field is a leading expert on the comparative analysis of technical education systems, and on how the technical and skills systems of the UK compare.

Making sense of technical assessment - I…

Sep 18, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Anyone who has wrapped a wet towel round their head to devise a technical assessment will recognise the dilemmas: the rigour of standardised examinations, or the credibility of variable work-embedded assessment...

Tom Bewick, Chief executive of the Federation of Awarding Bodies

Five things Nadhim Zahawi needs to immed…

Sep 17, 2021 / Exclusive Articles

Deeds not words will mark out whether the new education secretary, Nadim Zahawi, is any good, says Tom Bewick: The Great Leader is no more! Long live the secretary of state...

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At FE News the Feature article contributors don’t just cover the latest news, they create it, by sharing expert insights into the latest developments, education strategies and their views on how education policy will impact the education sector.

Find the latest exclusive peer to peer thought leadership and Op-Ed Articles written by experts across Further Education, Work Based Learning, Skills, Employability and Apprenticeships in our featured articles section of FE News. Here you will find expert insights, the latest developments and strategies across Further Education, skills and college news.

FE News are renowned for having the latest views and trending ideas, as well as topics from leading experts from the sector and world of work. Here you can read or listen to experts discussing the latest strategic developments, their views on how the latest education policy will impact the sector, through to sharing best practice and innovation in education delivery and the future of education.  

We are always keen to engage with experts who would like to contribute to solution led, peer to peer thought leadership content, sharing best practice, innovation and emerging technology within education. Here at FE News we encourage discussion on the future of education in a thought leadership community, training and employment. We invite authors to get involved in the debate, by becoming a part of the FE Community, to continually improve the FE system.

 

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FE News is a digital news publication that encourages a wide angled view of the FE sector and the future of education. We have a thriving thought leadership Community, where we continually add positive sector building voices to help develop the sector.

FE News is actually a long form proprietary based publishing platform. This means, we encourage user generated content from experts in the sector and offer FE News as a platform to share expert opinions, views and strategies.

We accept a range of thought leadership articles and expert insights on topics including anything affecting the future of education and the future of work. We actively encourage articles that positively showcase the impact of education and work based learning, so we encourage you to send over your latest news about the education sector for us to publish on FE News. We promote diverse opinions, reports or articles from experts working in area of the education sector. The foundation of a contributor’s relationship with our audience is your newsroom (which is home to your content). Click here to set up a newsroom.

Whether you are submitting a feature article about recent educational news or the future or education, all thought leadership articles need to be between 650 - 2000 words and be exclusive to FE News. We also need the Name, Job title and Organisation of the author and have an accompanying image; usually a head shot of the author 750px by 570px. If you would like to get involved or you would like more information, here is a link to our style guide:

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