Building lifelong careers for disengaged and socially excluded young people

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This week we have got visitors from Hong Kong at the University of Derby. They are working on projects and research focused around the re-engagement of disengaged and socially excluded people in Hong Kong.

So, today I’m going to talk to them about what I know about NEET and associated subjects in the UK and elsewhere.

This is what I thought I might say.

Building lifelong careers for disengaged and socially excluded young people

3 comments

  1. I like the point about flexibility and freedom to learn. The curriculum does not always support the varying learning styles and stop and those pupils who are more ‘sensing’ in their learning; who require more of a ‘show me’ don’t ‘tell me’ approach. How can aspirations or progression be utilised in an education system that has a one size fits all approach.

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