This summary looks across NFER's recent work in the area of 14-19 education and young people's choices and addresses the following questions.
- How can young people be best supported to make decisions in general?
- How are young people making decisions about subjects, courses, types of qualifications and learning institutions, given the broad provision available at 14?
- How do providers of 14-19 education recruit and retain young people on courses at 14?
- How can young people be supported once they have made their decisions?
- How do decisions made at age 14 affect later decisions which young people make?
- What are the implications of these findings for practice and for the provision of support?
How to cite this publication:
Marson-Smith, H., Golden, S. and McCrone, T. (2009). Widening 14-19 Choices: Support for Young People Making Informed Decisions. Slough: NFER.