Association of Colleges ‘Opportunity England’ Report

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A new report from Association of Colleges, ‘Opportunity England’, has called on whoever wins the next general election to create a new system for lifelong learning from the age of 16 to make sure that the country can rise to the challenges of a ‘sluggish’ economy, ‘flat-lined’ productivity with widening skills gaps, and the prospect of millions of people being left behind as technology advances. The report suggests that colleges, universities and other providers should be regulated through one tertiary system to avoid excess regulation and unnecessary competition and to enable a clear strategy to support all adults get the skills they need throughout life. Click here for more.