Articles from Education and Employers

Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Education Act

A short history of employer engagement  To coincide with the 150th anniversary of the Elementary Education Act (9 Aug), the first piece of legislation to deal specifically with the provision of education in Britain (receiving Royal Assent on the 9th August 1870) we are publishing this paper by Prof. Prue Huddleston.

Disconnected: Career aspirations and jobs in the UK

The aspirations of UK young people are disconnected from labour market reality which has significant implications for the economy A major new report published yesterday (22 Jan) reveals a disconnect between young people’s career aspirations and jobs in the UK, both now and in the future.

UK’s Skills Gap & Mismatch Will Continue To Grow Without Action: I Am #InspiringTheFuture

PUPILS AS YOUNG AS SEVEN TO GET THE CHANCE TO MEET ROLE MODELS FROM THE WORLD OF WORK  

THE IMPACT OF EXTERNAL SPEAKERS ON PUPILS’ MOTIVATION, ATTITUDE AND SELF BELIEF

New research examines external speakers in state and independent schools Two leading education charities, Education and Employers & Speakers for Schools have joined together to publish a new report evaluating the impact of external speakers in secondary schools.

What makes a meaningful encounter within the world of work?

It is now widely accepted that encounters with the world of work are vitally important for all young people As the Careers & Enterprise Company’s State of the Nation report released today (20 Sept) demonstrates how the nation’s young people are benefitting from a growing number of employers seeking to engage young people, Nick Chambers, Founder of UK Charity, Education and Employers asks, "What is a "meaningful encounter" with the world of work"?

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