New guidance from the government is requiring school leadership and governors to be more active in supporting students with career advice and preparation. Glenys Hart’s analysis examines what needs to be covered in order to meet the new targets.
Through a new initiative in California, students can pursue their love of competitive gaming while developing career skills and fulfilling curriculum requirements. Professor Constance Steinkuehler explains this new form of connected learning.
At some point in their careers most teachers have been asked by pupils for guidance about different education pathways and careers options. Now, the Government’s Information Advice and Guidance (IAG) strategy places schools at the heart of this process. So what is the IAG strategy all about, and what do teachers need to know?