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The power of role models on education pathways choice

Much of the recent focus in CEIAG has been on growing the evidence base (and so being able to bend the policy ear) of the benefit of employer interactions on pupil’s employment and earning outcomes. 1,086 more words

Face 2 Face IAG

What are you listening to?

When I’m not reading or binge watching a tv show I’ve already seen 36,000 times (no, I’m not talking about Game of Thrones), I listen to podcasts – at work while I’m almost automatically running reports and planning my death by excel, while I cook and pretend to make something super healthy or in bed to put me to sleep, or to avoid conversation with people all too eager to talk to you (in public spaces or at work)… 759 more words

Columns

Quotation for Today - 21/08/2017

Surprised at Donald Trump’s behaviour, well Barack Obama is not – here is a quote from just before the November 2016 election:-

“We’ve seen this coming,” he said.

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Is America great again?

The covers of this week’s Economist, New Yorker, and Time magazines all should give us pause.

The US was great. Despite it’s flaws and oddities and decisions with which I disagree. 73 more words

Random Musings

Trump sinks ever lower and lower, into the depths of the sewers

Really readers it does not seem possible, but yet again POTUS dives ever deeper into the swamp.

Over the last couple of days Adam has found it ever harder to imagine that Trump could sink lower than he previously had. 217 more words

That was then, this is now

That was Then

The Charlottesville march with it’s white supremacist theme and anti black, anti Jew chants brings echos of this

A march by Hitler’s cohorts in 1933 on January 30, 1933 Berlin the day Hitler took power. 64 more words

Summer Reading

My childhood summers in Jordan were largely spent lost in a book—or three. Jordan in the seventies and eighties didn’t exactly present a wealth of things for kids to do, particularly for girls. 1,002 more words

Summer