Earning And Learning: Making The Apprenticeship System Work For 16–18-Year-Olds

Too many apprenticeships in England do not help teenagers start a career or progress to higher vocational education, which is contributing to England’s relatively high levels of youth unemployment, as many young people struggle to make the transition from education to work, according to this IPPR report. Leadership Briefing 11.04(124)

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