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Cranfield doctoral graduates win research fellowships to kickstart academic careers

Cranfield University doctoral degree graduates, Victor Igwemezie and Bernadin Namoano, have been awarded fellowships to provide a springboard for their academic careers.

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Doctoral Prize fellowships are funded through flexible use of the Doctoral Training Partnerships. These are aimed at enabling universities to recruit and retain the very best newly qualified doctoral students and help to launch their research careers.

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£130,000 review of children’s care plans exposes scale of Central Bedfordshire Council’s SEND problems

A £130,000 audit of children’s care plans across Central Bedfordshire revealed more than half “require improvement”, while 80 were judged “inadequate”.
A review of education health and care plans was commissioned by Central Bedfordshire Council as part of its improvement programme, after a critical Ofsted and Care Quality Commission report in November 2019.

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