It's been 10 years since the Edge Foundation was formed. Take a look at some of our greatest moments
We celebrate success and showcase vocational excellence
Edge's manifesto ahead of the 2015 general election
Edge is an independent education foundation, dedicated to raising the status of practical and vocational learning.
We work with policy-makers and opinion-formers so that we can take our message to the people who make the decisions
Working with a number of organisations who share our belief in the importance of technical, practical & vocational learning is important to us
We are holding our second Research Conference at The Skills Show in November.
Over three quarters of parents want young people to get a ‘baccalaureate’ style certificate at 18 summing up their achievements in both academic and practical subjects.
Our third 10 Year Anniversary blog comes from Association of Colleges Chief Executive, Martin Doel
Future First has been building alumni communities in state schools in the UK for five years now. This report focuses on the role of alumni in supporting the transition from school to work.
The Edge Foundation very much welcomes the proposals made by the Labour party today, regarding the introduction of ‘Technical Degrees’.
Lord Baker, chair of education charities the Edge Foundation and the Baker Dearing Educational Trust, has warmly welcomed plans for new Technical Awards to be taken by young people aged 14-19
Our manifesto sets out policies to tackle to tackle youth
unemployment, rebalance our education and training system and
create profound partnerships between education and
@YourAAT: Parent's views on vocational education are changing, via @ukEdge #edge10years http://t.co/Y0XIkIiOGA
Have a read of the Edge Manifesto http://t.co/xMqstKttUU #noneets
Join us at the @skillsshow! Book your FREE place & discover your careers inspiration! http://t.co/AHowloY6mP
Parent's views on vocational education are changing http://t.co/Z91u8HwxlI #edge10years
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