IfL consultation responses
IfL's Response to BIS - IfL have recently responded to the Department for Business Innovation and Skills’ consultation on the Government’s programme of reform in further education
14 - 16 consultation response - Read IfL's latest consultation response to the Department for Education's enquiry into "Qualifications for 14-16 year olds and Performance Tables"
FE Colleges: new challenges and new opportunities - This report is based on a high-level seminar on college mergers where IfL's chief executive, Toni Fazaeli, highlighted the role of teachers and teaching as crucial during any merger process.
Your views on initial teacher education - IfL was invited to give evidence to the Skills Commission’s parliamentary hearing on initial teacher education. Here you can read Toni Fazaeli’s presentation, based on the views of 5,300 IfL members.
IfL responds to the Wolf review of 14-19 vocational education - IfL members were invited to contribute to IfL's response to Professor Alison Wolf's independent review of 14-19 vocational education.
The Spending Review Challenge - letter to George Osborne MP - Informed by comments made by IfL members, Toni Fazaeli, IfL's chief executive, wrote to the Chancellor George Osborne in response to the government's Spending Review Challenge.
A simplified further education and skills funding system and methodology - IfL responded to this BIS consultation which examined ways in which the funding system and methodology for post-19 FE and skills could be simplified to ensure greater transparency.
Skills for sustainable growth consultation - IfL used member comments to inform our response to the skills for sustainable growth consultation on the future direction of skills policy.
Helping to reduce reoffending through support for prison education - This consultation response outlines how IfL can contribute the reduction of reoffending through the support of prison education.
Call for views on children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) or disabilities -Minister of State for Children and Families, Sarah Teather, invited views from everyone with an interest in services for children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) or disabilities.