The Role of the Press in the Mathematics and Numeracy Debate
How can the press be more constructive in the way they present critical issues in education and training particularly, for
‘Bandwagon or Hearse, Flagship or Titanic
Plain Speech or Jargon, Guru or
‘Politicians use statistics like a drunk uses a lamp-post, for support rather than illumination.’
Definition of an apprenticeship:
A new government so as a result new ideas and new initiatives abound about education and training.
‘Experience plus reflection equals learning.’ John Dewey
At this time of unprecedented change in the nature of the world of work and the transformations that are occurring in the profile of employment, guid
Part 2 continues to reinforce the importance of guidance in education and training especially during the current recession and for technical and vocational subjects.
How effective are current labour market research methods in identifying skills gaps and shortages?
Should scientists and technologists become more involved in policy making and/or as socio-political influencers and if so what are