Concern over careers advice

Tes Editorial

Almost half of teachers believe the quality and quantity of careers advice in England will deteriorate when responsibility for guidance is passed to schools. A survey, by TES and the Education and Employers Taskforce charity, found nearly 53 per cent of teachers do not feel confident giving advice about apprenticeships.

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