Are Schools Failing to Prepare Children for the Real World? | Loose Women

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Subscribe now for more! For many pupils across the UK today it’s the first day back to School, including Jane’s daughter, Grace who starts final preparations for her mock GCSEs. With 22 exams to go, how appropriate in the real world are some of these subjects? With chief adviser to PM Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings, admitting politics could use more “super-talented weirdos”. The panel discuss whether schools are equipping our kids with the right skills to work in the modern creative world we now live in or if the education system could do with a shake-up? From series 24, broadcast on 06/01/20

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