New school ties

November 1997
People Management;11/20/97, Vol. 3 Issue 23, p24
Presents the roundtable discussion of five professionals with strong views on the topic regarding full time education of young people to prepare them for employment. Profile of the five guests; Views of each regarding how the schools can deliver employability without compromising the academic rigor demanded by the national curriculum.


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