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MIL-OSI UK: Lords debates challenges facing young people

Published By   /  December 13, 2018  /  administrationofjustice, adulteducation, agediscrimination, benefitsadministration, benefitspolicy, British Parliament News, census, children'ssocialservices, childrenandfamilies, communitiesandfamilies, Crime, crimecivillawjusticeandrights, economyandfinance, Education, Employment, employmentandtraining, employmentschemes, English, Equality, familylaw, fuelpoverty, furthereducation, healtheducationandpreventivemedicine, healthservicesandmedicine, highereducation, Homelessness, houseoflords, Housing, housingandplanning, housingbenefits, housingstandards, housingsupply, incomeandpoverty, incomesandpoverty, localauthorities, lordsnews, MIL-OSI, mortgages, News, ofsted, Open Source Intel, owneroccupation, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, pay, pensions, population, pre-schooleducation, prisons, privaterentedhousing, Schools, sicknessdisabilityandcarers'benefits, socialrentedhousing, socialsecurityandpensions, socialservices, specialeducationalneeds, Students, supportedhousing, teachers, training, UK Politics, unemployment, workingagebenefits  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: Lords debates challenges facing young people

Source: British Parliament News 12 December 2018Members of the Lords, including a former lecturer in youth and community work at Sunderland Polytechnic and a former health education advisor for the Inner London Education Authority, will debate the challenges facing young people, in the House of Lords on Thursday 13 December. This is a general debate. They […]

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MIL-OSI UK: Fourth Industrial Revolution and the role of education examined

Published By   /  December 11, 2018  /  British Parliament News, commonsnews, Education, English, houseofcommons, MIL-OSI, News, Open Source Intel, Parliament, parliamentgovernmentandpolitics, Schools, Show on home page, UK Politics  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI UK: Fourth Industrial Revolution and the role of education examined

Source: British Parliament News 11 December 2018The Education Committee hears from university leaders, including Sir Anthony Seldon, and from representatives focussing on current practice in schools. WitnessesTuesday 11 December in Committee Room 15, Palace of WestminsterAt 10amPanel 1Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor of the University of BuckinghamDr John Baruch, Director of the Centre for Education for the Fourth […]

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