A-levels should be replaced with a broader baccalaureate, says thinktank

16th APRIL 2021

A-levels are too narrow and should be replaced with a three-year “baccalaureate” that covers all academic, applied and technical courses, according to a new report by the EDSK education thinktank. As part of the proposed changes, all students would be required to study English and maths up to the age of 18, in line with other developed nations.

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