Labour calls for schools to teach ‘route into work’

11 Jul 2011

Andy Burnham, the shadow education secretary, says secondary schools should give pupils more vocational opportunities. Labour calls for schools to teach ‘route into work’. Burnham will this week reveal plans to give every secondary school pupil a path to employment if they met a set of required standards, under a revamped curriculum, more geared to the world of work.

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