Feedback sought on performance tables

April 23, 1999

Colleges and schools are being consulted on the content of the government's annual performance tables due to be published in November. The government plans no big changes to the tables, which allow comparison of the performance of students aged 16 to 18 at secondary schools and further education colleges. But it wants views on whether to keep publishing GCSE and general national vocational qualifications for year 11 pupils. It also wants to know if it should publish achievements at Advanced GNVQ level.

Submissions must be in by May 21.

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