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Reasons to be cheerful about careers education?

#NationalCareersWeek - A good time to have that debate about the state of careers education  Arguing about whether a glass is half-empty or half-full is a futile task. The whole point is that both are true, depending on your perspective.

Colleges pick up pace preparing students for work

Colleges pick up pace preparing students for work say the Careers & Enterprise Company @CareerEnt  College participation nearly doubles in 12 months. 81 per cent ensure students meet employers. 81 per cent link learning to careers. Colleges across the country report strong progress preparing students for the world of work, according to new research published today.

England's schools exporting world-class careers education

A group of officials from Spain visited schools and met officials this week to learn about England’s world-class system of careers education.

Bringing business, schools and colleges together is making a difference for young people

Employer engagement with schools and colleges is critical to the delivery of world-class careers education. In recent years, the number of employer encounters and workplace experiences that young people receive has increased significantly, aided by a system of national support and coordination.

Business steps into the classroom to close the skills gap

Education Secretary @GavinWilliamson joins call urging business to #MakeADifference and do more to close #SkillsGap in schools Today is our Businesses Backing Social Mobility event at @KPMG. We are joined by businesses who all have a common aim. To support careers education for every young person by closing the gap between employers and education.#MakeADifference pic.twitter.com/U1J9qtzJo1

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