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Education and Skills Strategy

Education and Skills Strategy: A Partnership Framework for Staffordshire

The Education and Skills Strategic Group brings together a wide range of providers, partners and stakeholders from across the education and skills landscape.

The summary from the inaugural meeting on 20 June 2019, which included the future economy and aspirations, is below:

Background

Jointly developed by a reference group of local education providers and partners, consultation on the partnership framework showed overwhelming support for its vision, principles and establishment of a strategic group.

The final strategy document and a two-page summary are published below:

The aspiration of all is that the partnership framework gains widespread backing and shared ownership from education providers, partners and stakeholders from across the county and beyond.

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