Today's IFS report on education funding makes for bleak reading for those in FE, says AoC chief executive 'Our society is suffering from adult education cuts' . Ending neglect of colleges can transform the UK economy.
Funding for adult education has been cut by 45% since 2009–10, which of spending per student at different stages of education in England.
Thankfully, a new commission on adult education is about to refocus our that is routinely denied to most adults today thanks to funding cuts.
The government's funding cuts are economically and morally misguided. More over-50s are staying in work, and retraining can only mean.
UK's older pupils hit hardest by education budget cuts The IFS report also shows that spending on adult education in the UK has dropped 45.