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China’s education ministry to adopt UK software to improve teaching standards
By David Bicknell
China Future School Labs, part of a research branch of China’s Ministry of Education, will introduce Educate’s Standards Tracker to 250,000 schools across China
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Open University looks for SaaS based HR, finance and student system
By David Bicknell
Ten-year contract with potential five-year extension could be worth potentially £35m to winning supplier
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60 organisations line up to back Institute of Coding
By David Bicknell
25 universities including University of Bath, UCL, Newcastle University, Coventry University, the University of the Arts, and the Open University, will be supported by businesses such as BT, Accenture, Cisco, IBM, Microsoft and several SMEs 
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Public sector digerati anticipate annual GovCamp ‘unconference’
By David Bicknell
Saturday's event held at the Ministry of Justice continues recent tradition of being a ‘must-attend’ event for both digital government veterans and newbies
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Ofsted’s Electronic Evidence Gathering
In the latest of this week’s series of articles on how the public sector is tackling digital transformation, Deborah Pollard, EEG Product Owner at Ofsted explains how the organisation is implementing electronic evidence gathering as part of a wider transformational programme
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Government launches competition for new Institutes of Technology
By Matteo Natalucci
£170m contest aims to bridge the country’s technical and digital skills gaps
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Jisc Services tenders for framework to build access infrastructure for Janet network
By David Bicknell
£15m framework will help implement access provisioning strategy to supersede current arrangements for access and regional components
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East Riding of Yorkshire – driving learner success with business intelligence
Jayne Wilcock, curriculum and data manager at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, explains how the authority is using business intelligence methods to monitor and improve the delivery of high-quality teaching, learning and assessment to improve the life chances of the local population
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Health and Social Care Network DPS goes live
By David Bicknell
CCS and NHS Digital developed HSCN Access Services dynamic purchasing system went live on Friday
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Northern Ireland colleges look for new system for learner records management
By Matteo Natalucci
£11m contract in scope to procure a single multi-tenanted solution for customised data access, processes and reporting
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It’s All STEM Ahead for New All-Digital University
By Robert Stoneman
One of Higher Education’s most exciting projects, NMiTE, will establish the UK’s first ‘greenfield’ university for three decades. And it has ambitious ICT plans to support its digital vision
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Bradley wants to make Britain the safest place in the world to be online
By Matteo Natalucci
DCMS’s new proposals aims to tackle growing online dangers, while continuing to embrace the benefits and opportunities the Internet has brought for British citizens
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Ofsted seeks Deputy Director for Data and Insight to beef up its data analysis capability
By Matteo Natalucci
£88k role will lead and manage the work of the Ofsted Data and Insight team and ensure quality data and information has been properly analysed
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LGfL and Microsoft cloud plan pushes learning boundary for London schools
By David Bicknell
‘Cloud Champions Programme’ for innovative schools and academy chains was due to be launched at yesterday’s Microsoft E2 event for education technology leaders
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Brexit leak stokes fears UK Higher Education could lose its 'premier destination' status
By Robert Stoneman
Universities are bracing themselves for stormy waters ahead as the first hints of a post-Brexit education policy start to emerge
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