More Careers Advice, Early in Life, Works Wonders

According to an FT article from 22 January 2020, Entrenched gender bias and out-of-date family expectations can hold back pupils’ aspirations. 


The article reveals a story of “Hafsa, a 15-year-old student in Huddersfield, wants to be a web developer or a graphic designer after she leaves school. “I would like to see a change of gender stereotypes,””

The article further states, “Experts are now suggesting that earlier interventions could have a transformative effect. Caren Gestetner is chief executive of Lifting Limits, a charity challenging stereotypes through providing schools with training and classroom materials. She argues that the work of dismantling gender stereotypes has to begin much earlier than secondary school.”

Read this article from it’s source at the FT – Click here