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Edge was commissioned by the Scottish Apprenticeship Advisory Board (SAAB) to look at Graduate Apprenticeships in Scotland and how they might be supported to grow over the coming years.
Edge revisits some of the innovative higher education institutions from the Rethinking Higher Education report: Case studies for the 21st Century.
In our third episode of Tea and EDtalk, Jane talks to Rosa Morgan-Baker from The Skills Builder Partnership.
Edge has been working with schools and colleges in the North East of England over recent years to pilot innovative approaches to bring the curriculum to life. This has formed the basis of our growing Edge Future Learning programme.
In our second episode of Tea and EDtalk, Jane talks to David Leat, Ulrike Thomas and Alison Whelan from Newcastle University.
Edge is really interested in how accountability and inspection regimes impact on school behaviour. We are also always keen to compare the four nations of the UK to understand similarities, differences and lessons to learn.
Edge is always looking for fantastic international examples that others can learn from. The team recently went on a ‘virtual’ study visit to South Africa and met a wide range of innovative partners and project.
Edge has inherited the Honourable Histories report from the Further Education Trust for Leadership to promote and update – it tells the story of the last 30 years of Further Education policy.
Edge is leading a programme of research called ‘learning from the past’ where each month one of our early career researchers puts together a summary of a key policy from the last 30 years of education. In this episode, you’ll hear about the first in the series which focuses on the Connexions Service.
Edge is proudly supporting the Rethinking Assessment movement which brings together a wide coalition of state and independent schools, Multi Academy Trusts, FE Colleges, academics and employers to push for change to our old-fashioned exam system.