Education and Employers is a charity that aims to provide young people with the inspiration and motivation they need to achieve their potential, and so secure the UK’s future prosperity. It does this through ensuring every school and college has an effective partnership with employers. The charity works to achieve this by working in close partnership with leading national bodies representing schools, colleges and employers as well as government and the third sector.
New @Edu_Employers report shows the positive impact of meeting relatable role models on the motivation, confidence and attainment of primary-aged children
Interventions benefit social mobility and counter the ingrained stereotypical views children often have about the jobs people do based on their gender, ethnicity and socio-economic background.
Today (15 July) Primary Futures publishes Scaling Up, a report on the impact of its programme that brings volunteer role models from the world of work to talk to primary school children about their jobs – and the greatest impact is on children from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Today, (Wed 24 Mar) the Education and Employers Charity (@Edu_Employers) publishes its 'Starting Early' report. As Government considers a range of options to help children’s education recover from Covid such as longer school days, changing school holidays and tuition, this new report offers an innovative and inspiring option.
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.
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.
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