Higher standards, better schools for all White Paper
On 25th October 2005, the DfES published the Higher standards, better schools for all: More choice for parents and pupils White Paper.
This White Paper sets out how the Department will meet the challenges of reforming schools so that they have the freedoms and flexibilities to deliver tailored, choice driven education and build the school system we all want for our children.
Youth matters: Next steps White Paper
Youth matters, the youth Green Paper, was published on 18 July 2005 and the subsequent consultation ended on 4 November 2005. With over 19,000 responses from young people, this is one of the largest responses to a Government consultation from any one group.
The Government response, Youth matters: Next steps was published on 8 March 2006 and sets out the vision for empowering young people, giving them somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to.
14-19 White Paper
The White Paper sets out the detail of our reform programme on 14–19 reform. It charts a ten-year reform programme and the milestones needed to achieve it and sets out a vision of what we want for children and teenagers.
Further Education White Paper
Raising Expectations: enabling the system to deliver White Paper builds on the existing 14-19 Education and Skills White Paper and Skills Strategy to set out a series of reforms which will raise skills and qualification levels for young people and adults to world standards.
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