Campaign for Learning and NCFE release reports on education and skills policy for 18-21 year olds

The Campaign for Learning and NCFE have published two reports assessing the impact and potential impact of education and skills policy on young people from aged 18. Each report includes a series of recommendations to ensure young people have the fullest range of opportunities.

In 'University or Apprenticeships at 18: Context, Challenges and Concerns', author Mark Corney considers the Prime Minister's ambition that all young people will go into an Apprenticeship or enter Higher Education at aged 18.

Download the 'University or Apprenticeships at 18' Report

In 'Earn or Learn for 18 Year Olds: New Age Group, New Policies', Mark Corney analyses the Government's expectation that all 18 to 21 year olds should be 'earning or learning'.

Download the Earn or Learn for 18-21 Year Olds Report

2 June 2016

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