Local MSP for the Linlithgow Constituency, Fiona Hyslop, is encouraging all young people in her constituency to join the National Discussion on the future of education in Scotland.
The Scottish Government have launched a National Discussion to gain as many views and experiences as possible from young people to find out what kind of education, skills, knowledge and support young people will need 20 years from now.
“There has not been a Government led national conversation around the education sector for some time and things have changed immensely in recent years. It is only right that the views, ideas and experiences of our young people today are sought for the future.
“I would encourage my constituents who are aged 3-18, and their parents, guardians or carers to submit their views to this discussion and help shape the education system you want to see.
“It is really important that young people from all communities and backgrounds and faiths have the opportunity to take part, particularly if you feel presently underrepresented at school. You can find out more and how to get involved by visiting the Let’s Talk Education pages on the Scottish Government’s website.”