To review the use of digital technology in delivering remote and classroom learning; identify how high-quality digital teaching and learning can be delivered at scale; examine how technologies can increase access to Further and Higher Education opportunities; and provide a platform for collaboration between parliamentarians, educators and research bodies.
Further education and skills: March 2020
Further education and skills data for the
Further education and skills: July 2020
Further education and skills data, including
Further education and skills: January 2020
4. Further education and skills inspections and outcomes as at 29 February 2020
25/06/2020 - Ofsted
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Further education and skills inspections and outcomes as at 29 February
Found: Assistive Technology
Dave L. Edyburn, Ph.D.
1. Biometric Recognition Technologies in Schools
04/11/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: faceprint template. That is the description of the technology. Its use has been temporarily paused by North - Speech Link
2. Education After Covid-19
23/03/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: That this House has considered improving the education system after the covid-19 outbreak.It is - Speech Link
3. Education: English Baccalaureate
21/01/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: the probability of pupils staying in full-time education and allows them to take facilitating subjects - Speech Link
2: schools, with take-up of GCSEs in art, design and technology, drama, performing arts and, perhaps most worryingly - Speech Link
3: reverend Prelate that we should include religious education in the EBacc. There is tremendous demand from - Speech Link
4. Education: Art and Design
17/01/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: students are increasingly not receiving the balanced education that they deserve and is necessary for the future - Speech Link
2: is the Minister aware that GCSEs in design and technology have fallen by 30%, which is disastrous? I therefore - Speech Link
3: Prelate is quite right that a broad and balanced education, which includes the arts, is crucial to prepare - Speech Link
5. Adult Learning and Vocational Skills: Metropolitan Borough of Dudley
01/10/2019 - Westminster Hall
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