Groundhog Day again: making sense of a complicated mess: HIVE-PED research on FE student and apprentice progression to higher education in England

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Author: Jameson, Jill; Joslin, Hugh; Smith Sharon

Abstract:

This chapter is part of a book containing an edited collection of research-based papers on the 'English model' of vocationalism and higher education. The book argues that negative societal and political perceptions have hindered the debate about the significance and relevance of vocational education and training provision to learning, work and the economy. The authors apply a 'Groundhog Day' metaphor to describe how the further education (FE) sector is caught up in a continual time loop of dysfunction caused by top-down policy obscuring the real purpose of higher vocational education and...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Higher education; Apprenticeship; Students; Pathways; Statistics; Outcomes

Keywords: Apprentice; Further education; Articulation; Data analysis; Trend

Geographic subjects: England; Great Britain; Europe

Published: London, England: Routledge, Taylor and Francis, 2017

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Also called: Groundhog Day again: making sense of a complicated mess: Higher Vocational Education and Pedagogy research on further education student and apprentice progression to higher education in England

Pages: pp. 37-50

Related items: TD/TNC 126.463

ISBN: 9781138947047 (hbk); 9781315670331 (ebk)

Notes:
The volume from which this chapter is taken is indexed in VOCEDplus at TD/TNC 126.463.

Resource type: Book chapter

Call number: TD/TNC 126.503

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