Mar 11, · It is years since the finest public report on adult education – the Ministry of Reconstruction’s Report – was published. Its argument for education for a liberal and enlightened democracy was powerfully made, and concluded that adult education, far from being a luxury, was a national necessity. Mar 25, · Adult education in England "will not exist by " if government cuts continue, colleges have warned. The Association of Colleges says , adult education .
GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES 24% FUNDING CUT for ADULT EDUCATION At the end of last week, colleges received the shocking news that 24% of funding is to be cut from the adult funding budget. 1million adult places have already been lost since and now , more could go in / Sep 19, · Total spending on adult education (excluding apprenticeships) has fallen by nearly two-thirds since – This combines cuts of 32% up to –10 and 47% between –10 and – These cuts have mainly been driven by falls in learner numbers, which have fallen from million in –05 to million in –Cited by: 2.
Fully reversing cuts since –11 would cost £ billion on top of current plans by – This increases to about £ billion to ensure that spending on T levels is additional to an unchanged. Mar 27, · The Association of Colleges warns that , adult education places will be lost next year as funding is slashed by 24%. Since , the adult skills budget, which funds non-academic Author: Lola Okolosie.