This report analyses the level of Gatsby Benchmark achievement reported by English schools in 2017/18 to the education, employment, or training destinations sustained by their leavers during 2018/19.
The Careers & Enterprise Company created the Future Skills Questionnaire for measuring student progress in the knowledge and skills needed for making successful transitions after secondary education.
This report reviews the ways schools, colleges & local authorities are collecting data, including good practice, and how high quality destination tracking could improve support for students.
Our Careers Education in England’s schools and colleges 2020 report is a comprehensive assessment of careers education in England.
This research explores how careers leadership is delivered in practice, effective approaches for embedding careers across a college, and how Careers Hubs and Enterprise Advisers support delivery.
Employer engagement with schools and colleges is critical to the delivery of world-class careers education.
This report investigates the impact of the training, a follow-up survey and data showing Gatsby Benchmark achievement.
This report updates the evidence on what motivates schools and colleges to join the EAN, how they are supported by Enterprise Advisers and Enterprise Coordinators, and the impact of their involvement.
This report examines ways in which the Network and Hubs have supported schools and colleges in developing their careers provision in line with the Gatsby Benchmarks.
The IES’s independent evaluation of the training, commissioned by The Careers & Enterprise Company, has found that the training was both well-received and had a positive impact.
This report estimates the return on investment (ROI) of personal guidance. Personal guidance is the provision of guidance interviews to young people in secondary education.
This report presents the findings of the Personal Guidance Fund including the effectiveness of different approaches and the impact of personal guidance on students.