A new report by the charity Education and Employers, based on a survey of 7,000 teenagers, warns that the career hopes and dreams of too… Read More »The ‘incompatible’ career hopes of young people
Resilience is a key skill in successful financial life skills education and is becoming increasingly important in preparing young people effectively for life beyond the classroom.
New studies show the challenges young people face in securing a place to live in today’s society.
When trying to develop financial life skills and active citizenship in our young people, their aspirations form a key part of their understanding and engagement.
According to the Office of National Statistics, house prices have increased by 270% in the last twenty years. A significant rise in house prices followed… Read More »Rising house prices halt aspiration of young adults
Only through better education can we create future generations of active citizens, capable of addressing the challenges of the modern world.
According to new research conducted in the United States by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FIRA), 63% of adult Americans are ‘financially illiterate.’ The report… Read More »Financial literacy is more than bank accounts and bills
The latest ‘State of the Nation’ report from the government’s Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission repeats the points we were making back in July 2012 about the problems faced by this generation of young people.
Our report, The Frustration of Aspiration: Being a teenager in England today, featured in media across England, highlighting the problems facing teenagers in the country today.… Read More »Frustration of Aspiration report: news stories