Second rate

February 10, 1995

New Employment Department figures confirm the stereotype of the second-rate vocational qualification student and highlight the task facing organisations charged with introducing General National Vocational Qualifications.

The comparative survey of students who reached 16 between 1987 and 1991 gives statistical proof to the view that vocational students were academically not as good as their A-level counterparts.

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