Leadership

Raising the participation age

Every teacher wants to see their students developing the skills they need to secure their own social and economic well-being. But how will raising the participation age to 18 give them a better chance of success when they leave school? And will it really help young people who are already disengaged with education?

Every teacher and tutor wants to see their students developing the skills they need to secure their own social and economic well-being.  But how will raising the participation age to 18 give them a better chance of success when they leave school?  And will it really help young people who are already disengaged with education?

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