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As presented by Finance Secretary John Swinney to the Scottish Parliament, Scotland’s draft
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330 million for further projects under Scotland’s Schools for the Future programme140 million support through the NPD pipeline to deliver new college campuses for Fife and Forth ValleyAround 160 million in 2015 16 to support the expansion of early learning and childcare 16.6 million to take forward recommendations of the Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young WorkforceNew living cost support of up to 4,500 for eligible postgraduate students.
Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning Michael Russell said:
"The Scottish Government’s budget aims to build a prosperous and
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"Alongside a strengthened budget for learning, and additional
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"Building on free
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Cabinet Secretary for Training, Youth and Women’s Employment Angela Constance said:
"Earlier this year I welcomed the report from the Commission for Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce, which has set out a blueprint to make significant improvements to Scotland’s system of vocational education and therefore support more young people towards employment. An expanded budget to support this vital area of work highlights the importance we attach to it and I
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"Scotland’s economy is growing steadily stronger and I believe today’s draft budget will help even more of our young people to succeed in school, college or a wide variety of training options. However, we must not forget that it is set against substantial cuts to the Scottish Government’s budget by Westminster."Articles Connexes：