Education: policy and government

We ask the following of government:
  • Government should create an education system that, alongside academic achievement, creates rounded and grounded young people. All young people should have opportunities to develop their character and employability skills and a realistic understanding of how to progress on their careers journey.

  • Ensure that all schools in particular those who serve areas of greatest need, including rural and coastal communities, have access to a range of business support including mentoring, curriculum support and experiences of the world of work.

Read education policy updates below.

A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, January 2015. Read more
Updated: February 2015
A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, October 2014. Read more
Updated: October 2014
A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education and careers guidance, July 2014 Read more
Updated: July 2014
A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, April 2014 Read more
Updated: April 2014
A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, January 2014 Read more
Updated: January 2014
A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, October 2013 Read more
Updated: October 2013
A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, April 2013 Read more
Updated: April 2013
A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, January 2013 Read more
Updated: January 2013
A summary of recent developments in Educational Policy in England. A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, October. Read more
Updated: October 2012
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A paper highlighting key government policy developments in education, May 2012 - July 2012. Read more
Updated: July 2012

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