Suffolk County Council bosses are to work over the summer to develop a series of actions in response to an independent educational inquiry.
With headteachers, governors, colleges and employers, the authority aims to create a more detailed response to the recommendations in the Royal Society for Arts, Commerce and Manufactures’ No School an Island report.
It has already formed a partnership with the London borough of Hackney following the report’s publicationin May.
They are also seeking views from parents and young people, which can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for comments is September 16.