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24/07/2020

The Chancellor’s announcement is a well baked cake – here’s how to ice it

Recently, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced his plan for jobs. Our Director of Policy, Sam Windett, shares our response and what we should do next.

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03/07/2020

Being a leader in the charity sector - four reflections

This week was our Chief Executive's last at Impetus. He shares his reflections in the hope that it kicks off similar conversations with others in the sector.

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01/07/2020

COVID-19, Youth Employment and an Opportunity Guarantee

We knew young people would bear the economic burden of COVID-19. We're calling for an Opportunity Guarantee to ensure they have the choice of an education place, an apprenticeship, or a job.

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03/06/2020

New online tuition pilot launches

Working in partnership with The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), the Sutton Trust, and Nesta, Impetus has launched a new online tuition pilot to support disadvantaged pupils as schools begin to open for more pupils.

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21/05/2020

Young people are bearing the economic burden of coronavirus - protecting their future is a national emergency

Once the medical crisis passes, we cannot afford a five year wait to undo this damage to the lives of people under the age of 25

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05/05/2020

GCSEs: We need a better plan for English and maths

Colleges need more support to help young people pass their GCSE in English and maths, writes Impetus policy and research manager Ben Gadsby.

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