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- Why do we undervalue careers advisers?We’ve all heard – or told – tales about how some careers advisor “told me to be a [insert laughably inappropriate career]”, but people who are helped by careers advice tend never to mention it. Why? Can it be true that careers advice is so wide of the mark? Of course not.
- Vocational qualifications: don’t turn off the tap to make TNot a single person has taken a T-level yet and there are still no solutions to finding enough employer support, but DfE thinks we should axe all alternatives.
- What’s really wrong with the NSS?Drawing on my piece for HEPI, I explain why the National Student Survey shouldn’t change and why – and how – it should.
- Invention, engineering and creativityPrince Philip said, “everything that wasn’t invented by God is invented by an engineer”. Was he right or did he do a disservice to engineers and artists?
- Fairer gradesWill emergency measures prove to have been the key to fairer admissions, based on potential more than performance?
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