Useful update from Russell at Secondary CEIAG on the latest report on careers and some future plans of the Education Endowment Fund.
If there’s one thing the world of school CEIAG doesn’t need, it’s another report into the failures of school CEIAG. So when “Year 11 student’s views of Career Education and Work Experience” from Kings College London turned up in the week, I was a little nonplussed. On further examination and when follow up news later came, it seemed to me that this report might warrant greater attention.
Firstly, this is no small scale survey with little in the way of statistical controls and a PR axe to grind that sometimes grab the headlines. These are the findings of the Aspires 2 longitudinal 5 year study which includes results culled from views of over 13,000 Year 11s. Subsequently, there are lots of interesting nuggets in the document on young people’s views and experiences of CEIAG
but it’s the findings on the discrepancy in careers support for those students from disadvantaged…
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