A recent report suggested that nearly half of young people working in STEM roles felt that the subjects they studied at school are effectively useless in the world of work.
The same report said that young people didn’t believe that teachers had a sufficient understanding of the labour market.
Similarly, the report casts doubt over the educations system’s ability to understand what employers need.
With Brexit looming large on the horizon we need to ensure the integrity and effectiveness of the IT skills pipeline.
Do you believe schools are doing a good job? Should industry do more to help? How can we ensure that UK IT flourishes as we withdraw from Europe and, potentially, from its skills market?