Simply Learning: Improving the skills system in England

Jan 8, 2010

This report looks at the skills system in England in order to understand the problems which beset it and to offer recommendations for reform. It offers a critique of the 2006 Leitch review, which is seen as the major driving force behind recent Government policy on skills. Leitch promised us a simplified and demand led system, but what we have now is in fact the exact opposite.

Author

Ralph Hartley

Ralph Hartley
Senior Research Fellow for Education, 2009-2011 Read Full Bio

Tom Richmond

Tom Richmond
Senior Research Fellow Read Full Bio

Anna Fazackerley

Anna Fazackerley
Head of Arts & Culture and Education Units, 2008-2010 Read Full Bio

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