A level demise

December 15, 1995

A levels will not be the main route to higher level qualifications in the future, the National Advisory Council for Education and Training Targets has predicted. It calls for more flexible qualifications in its submission to Sir Ron Dearing's review of qualifications for 16-19 year-olds.

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