“I find it ridiculous that the curriculum doesn’t include the teaching of these essential skills, and more importantly that no subject reverts back to real world applications. Students are very rarely, if ever told how to apply what they enjoy or are good at to a future career; how much earning potential they have from choosing from GCSEs; what they can expect from a job when pursuing a certain path. What then happens is that everyone comes out of education expecting to ‘win’, and that simply isn’t the case – we need to be setting up the right aspirations as well as expectations.
He added: “We need young people to be passionate about their career choices, preparing the path so that we can all share in their future success.” Arguably, some of this passion is lost through the focus on exams and achieving ‘success’ via Higher Education. Students have unending pressure to achieve the highest grade they can in order to get into the best University they can, but sidelining working applications of skills is an essential ingredient in the decline of business skills and economic growth.
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Dr. John Saltmarsh is Director of the New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE) and a faculty member in the Higher Education Administration Doctoral Program in the Department of Leadership in Education in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
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