Lloyds Bank

“A highly academic curriculum, inflexible hours and expensive ¬†textbooks ¬†and materials all keep poor children away. Many experts argue that education policies must be more flexible to allow children to be educated at the same time as they contribute towards the survival of the family.” – Lloyd Timberlake”Poor education is showing up in job skill shortages. Low average skill levels in the workforce encourage many sectors of industry to adopt low-technology production processes, which in turn require low levels of training, exacerbating the relative skill shortage.”