This post is an extract of a speech by Nick Hillman, HEPI Director, to the Institute for Fiscal Studies at the launch of their paper on education spending across the age range.
This important new […]
This guest blog responding to HEPI’s new report on BTECs as a route to higher education has been kindly provided by Rod Bristow, President, Core Markets for Pearson.
A recent editorial in the Guardian noted that ‘England’s […]
In this guest blog, Loris Raimo, a student at Trinity College, Oxford, argues we won’t achieve the ambitions in the new Industrial Strategy until we fix our education system to create more entrepreneurs.
The latest Government Industrial Strategy talks about the importance […]
Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute, said:
‘Today has proved yet again that Jo Johnson is on course to transform our higher education system. We have needed a new legal framework ever […]
In a new HEPI paper, Reforming BTECs: Applied General qualifications as a route to higher education (HEPI report 94), Dr Scott Kelly considers the rise in the number of university students holding BTECs.
Students arriving at university with […]
Responding to the announcement that Michael Barber is the Government’s preferred candidate to be the Chair at the new Office for Students, Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute, said:
‘This is an interesting appointment. […]