Wednesday, 16 November 2016


Another important piece of reading is the CBI's 'Lifelong Learning Policy Report'

"The UK education system began to take shape in 1858, and featured mass public examinations based on pupils’ ability to recall information and apply standardised methods. This remains essentially the same way we educate today. Schools must refocus on the application of knowledge rather than simply the acquisition of it, to boost the level of soft skills in future generations.

Multiple, high-quality work experiences should become compulsory for all students from the age of 13 onwards so that young people can learn from employers and be better informed and equipped to make the right choices to help achieve their future career aspirations."

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