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Research and analysis

Economics, business and enterprise education

Ofsted survey report evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of economics, business and careers education in schools and colleges.

Documents

Economics, business and enterprise education

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Economics, business and enterprise education

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Economics, business and enterprise education: report summary

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Economics, business and enterprise education: report summary

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Details

This Ofsted survey report looks at 2 areas of the curriculum:

  • formally assessed economics and business courses taken by students aged 14 to 18 in secondary schools and colleges
  • whole-school enterprise education; that is, how well primary and secondary schools promote economic and business understanding and enterprise and financial capability to all pupils