Ofsted believes that schools are partly to blame for the poor take up of apprenticeships. But is this really the case? Do you agree with Ofsted that many schools are failing to prepare young people for the world of work? If so, why is this the case? Are schools merely an easy scapegoat for fewer young people taking the apprenticeship route? Maybe the blame should be aimed at society and employers who probably fail to take this route into employment seriously or do not give it the same weight and educational standing as academic based qualifications. https://www.tes.com/news/school-new...ools-not-doing-enough-promote-apprenticeships What can be done to change attitudes about vocational options into work?