Women’s Views on News | 19 June 2015
‘The very existence of adult education is in jeopardy’.
As part of the ‘love further education’ – #lovefe – campaign to save adult education from the proposed 24 per cent cuts to the England lifelong learning budget, a lobby of parliament at Westminster was held on 16 June 2015.
The government’s Skills Funding Agency has estimated that cuts could amount to 24 per cent for non-apprenticeship learning in the 2015-16 year.
So at the lobby, which was organised by the University and College Union (UCU), newly elected MPs were asked to stop the cuts and commit to properly funded lifelong learning… [continue reading on the Women’s Views on News website]
Not-for-profit blog Women’s Views on News has reported on the lobby of parliament held on 16 June, and the wider campaign to defend adult education.