Education Select Committee Review: Nicky Morgan on Careers Advice and Guidance

Nicky Morgan was at the Education Select Committee today to account for the government’s progress (or otherwise) on careers education.

Questions focused on her planned “employer led” careers advice company. @FCDWhittaker was live-tweeting on behalf of @SchoolsWeek


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  1. As per usual, if it doesn’t affect a person – in is case a jobbing MP – directly, then it’s seen as a test of political skill in avoiding the issue and treating it (careers) as largely inconsequential. I fear no change imminent and yet more reliance upon on-line tools that do nothing of any note. The only educational environments that will provide quality advice are those that can afford it, does anyone else spot a widening education and opportunities gap emerging? Go Tories!

  2. Chris Evans

    She is a lightweight representing a constituency which once was proud of an independent careers and guidance service providing top notch services to all schools ( including independents), employers, training providers, parents and colleges.It has disappeared with no possibility of resurrection until a Govt commits something like £320m to a publicly funded service in England