A levels ‘should be replaced with baccalaureate system’

16th APRIL 2021

A levels should be scrapped and replaced with a baccalaureate, according to a new report from the EDSK think tank. The report, Reassessing the future, recommends that A levels, Applied General Qualifications (such as Btecs), T levels and apprenticeships should be combined into a single “baccalaureate” that spans the final years of secondary education.

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