14 to 19 plan unveiled

December 16, 2005

The Government unveiled its plans to reform 14 to 19 education and training, including the introduction of 14 vocational diplomas, and extended essays and harder questions at A level that aim to stretch the brightest students. The 14 to 19 plan is the Government's response to a review by former Ofsted chief Mike Tomlinson that recommended scrapping A levels.

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