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Higher Education Commission Staying Ahead Report

Higher Education Commission Staying Ahead Report September 2018 While the UK has for many decades ranked in clear second place next to the USA for the popularity of international HE provision, other countries are putting policies into practice that are attracting a...

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Developing Creative Education After Brexit

Developing Creative Education after Brexit: A Plan for Economic Growth report launches in Parliament. Policy Connect, the All-Party Parliamentary Design & Innovation Group, Council for Higher Education in Arts & Design (CHEAD), and Culture Capital Exchange...

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Apprenticeship Levy One Year On

Occasional Briefing Paper by Sandra Booth Director of Policy and External Relations Sources: FE Week, DfE, DCMS, Creative Skillset and NatCen. The context: The Apprenticeship Levy one year on - Targets not being met In its 2015 election manifesto, the Conservatives –...

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Creative Industries Sector Deal

Industrial Strategy Creative Industries Sector Deal Britain’s creative industries are worth £92 billion, employ 2 million people and are growing twice as fast as the rest of the economy. Strong leadership, collaborative action and recognition of recommendations in the...

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Scottish Culture Strategy open for consultation

A Culture Strategy for Scotland A Culture Strategy for Scotland to include what matters most about culture in Scotland and what priorities for supporting culture are over the next decade. The draft Culture Strategy for Scotland for consultation builds on the feedback...

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CHEAD submission to the Fourth Industrial Revolution inquiry

CHEAD has made a submission to the House of Commons Education Committee's inquiry into the Fourth Industrial Revolution stressing the importance of understanding creative arts and design outside the ‘creative industries’ box as diverse sets of skills underpinning...

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