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CVER Research Paper
Post 16 remedial policies: a literature review
Clémentine Van Effenterre
April 2017
Paper No' CVERDP005:
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CVER Briefing Note
The incidence of publicly funded training in England
Gavan Conlon, Sophie Hedges, Daniel Herr and Pietro Patrignani
March 2017
Paper No' CVERBRF003:
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Tags: vocational education; training
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CVER Briefing Note
The Decision to Undertake an Apprenticeship: A Case Study
Steven McIntosh
March 2017
Paper No' CVERBRF002:
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Tags: vocational education; apprenticeship
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CVER Research Paper
Young people in low level vocational education: characteristics, trajectories and labour market outcomes
Sophie Hedges, Vahé Nafilyan, Stefan Speckesser and Augustin de Coulon March 2017
Paper No' CVERDP004:
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Tags: vocational education; apprenticeships; progression routes
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CVER Briefing Note
Further Education in England: Learners and Institutions
Claudia Hupkau and Guglielmo Ventura
February 2017
Paper No' CVERBRF001:
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CVER Research Paper
Vocational vs. General Education and Employment over the Life-Cycle: New Evidence from PIAAC
Franziska Hampf and Ludger Woessmann November 2016
Paper No' CVERDP003:
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Tags: vocational education; apprenticeship; employment; life-cycle; piaac
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CVER Research Paper
Labour Market Returns to Vocational Qualifications in the Labour Force Survey
Steven McIntosh and Damon Morris
October 2016
Paper No' CVERDP002:
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Tags: vocational education; wages; labour market
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CVER Research Paper
Post-Compulsory Education in England: Choices and Implications
Claudia Hupkau, Sandra McNally, Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela and Guglielmo Ventura July 2016
Paper No' CVERDP001:
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Tags: vocational education; apprenticeships; progression routes
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Saturday 27 May 2017

Brighton and Hove News: Hundreds turn out for Save Our Schools rally

According to Sandra McNally, professor of economics at Surrey University, the Conservatives’ figures are misleading. This is because the “per pupil figure” was frozen from 2010 to 2011 and again from 2015 to 2016.

She argues that an increase in the core funding for schools is not the same as an increase in the amount per pupil. A freeze in cash terms is likely to result in a reduction in real terms of 6.5 per cent between 2010 and 2020. This reduction has not happened yet and school funding has doubled in the last 20 years

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CEP Election Analysis: Education and Skills: The UK Policy Agenda, Sandra McNally and Gill Wyness,June 2017 Paper No' CEPEA041. http://cep.lse.ac.uk/pubs/download/ea041.pdf

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CEP Election 2017 webpage: http://cep.lse.ac.uk/election2017/default.asp