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165 students participated in an EDEEY survey that aimed to discover which areas of knowledge were not sufficiently covered in their formal education. The participants were between 14 and 16 years old attending state schools in the Greater London area.

The results were indicative of the need to promote social entrepreneurship among the younger generations. Accessing finance, business planning and social enterprise came last, whereas digital skills, followed by marketing came on top.    

Below you will find a data visualisation of the main courses as well as the specific topics chosen within each course.