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Education's fitness in creating the future workforce

Discussion in 'Education news' started by dlyons24, Feb 11, 2020.

  1. dlyons24

    dlyons24 New commenter

    Hi,

    I am a student at the university of Lincoln and conducting my final year dissertation on the fitness of the current education system in preparing the future workforce.

    If you can please take 5 minutes to complete this short survey it would really help with my study.

    Please follow the link to participate:
    https://unioflincoln.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_72i749A52SipVuB

    Thank you,
    David
     
  2. WB

    WB Lead commenter

    Hi
    Just gave it a go.

    I teach in a primary so not as relevant as secondary but still worthwhile to think about.
     
  3. dlyons24

    dlyons24 New commenter

    Hi,
    Thank you. I completely understand and have the same views that it is much more relevant from secondary school and above but I had to include primary schools due to businesses asking for career ideas being introduced from such a young age.

    Thank you for your time in completing the questionnaire. It is appreciated.
     
  4. armandine2

    armandine2 Established commenter

  5. dlyons24

    dlyons24 New commenter

  6. colpee

    colpee Star commenter

    Is there any particular reason why the level options jump straight from secondary school to university, leaving out virtually the whole of the the FE sector -exactly where one might reasonably expect most preparation for employment to take place?

    Not a criticism, just curious.
     
  7. dlyons24

    dlyons24 New commenter

    Hi,

    no particular reason just a wording issue on my end. I apologise. For the purpose of this study any teaching up to A-level (or equivalent) should be classed as 'secondary' any teaching of qualifications above a-level should be classed as 'university' even if at a FE institution.

    Sorry for the confusion.
     
    colpee likes this.
  8. tysonmaddocks

    tysonmaddocks New commenter

    Education is very important for the future workforce!
     

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