‘Enterprise education in schools’ published

10 Jan 2012

The House of Commons Library has published ‘Enterprise education in schools’. The report provides an overview of the provision of enterprise learning in the UK and how the approach of government has changed over the last 10 years. Enterprise education is the understanding of enterprise capability, supported by financial management and economic and business understanding. It is currently part of the economic well-being strand of Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE). PSHE does not have a statutory basis and is presently not part of the National Curriculum.

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