Careers work in England’s schools: politics, practices and prospects | unionlearn

The United Kingdom (UK) is leaving the European Union. As it moves towards finding a new place in the world order, an accelerating wave of economic, social and technological change will inevitably transform the economy (Lawerence, 2016), schooling and people’s lives. There are several unknowns about the long-term impact and consequences resulting from this, but change is on the horizon. For example, almost half of UK business leaders are worried about post-Brexit skills shortages and fear they will not find enough suitable personnel (IoD, 2016). There are concerns that skills gaps in sectoral…

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