FAB Weekly Update - Issue #17/2018

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FAB Weekly Update - Issue #17/2018

Friday, 27 April 2018

The articles in this week's issue are: 

  • FAB Training Course: Essential Social Media Marketing for Awarding Organisations – last chance to register
  • Perceptions of A levels, GCSEs and other qualifications: wave 16
  • Correspondence from Ofqual regarding examinations
  • Ofqual open letter to schools and colleges
  • Ofqual consultation: teacher involvement in the development of confidential assessment materials – FAB final response
  • Ofqual Blog – Exam marking: how technology is improving the quality of marking
  • Qualifications Wales publications
  • Welsh Language Support Grant: General and Vocational Qualifications Financial Year 2018-19
  • Evaluation of Apprenticeships Programme (interim report) – Wales
  • Levels of highest qualification held by working age adults – Wales
  • Tertiary Education and Research Commission for Wales
  • CCEA Technical and Professional (Vocational) Qualifications (including Essential Skills) Quarterly Bulletin for October to December 2017.
  • 14 to 19 qualifications inclusion application process guide: 2020 performance tables
  • Updated ESFA publications
  • Apprenticeship and levy statistics: April 2018
  • School and college funding inquiry launched
  • Class dismissed: Getting in and getting on in further and higher education
  • Educational disadvantage: how does England compare?
  • Why Closing the Word Gap Matters
  • OCR Policy Briefing
  • Pearson’s Policy Watch
  • Dysg eNewsletter
  • Department for International Trade (DIT)