Students in 44 schools and sixth forms across England are taking a bold step this week as they start the new academic year. Instead of choosing the well-trodden path of A-levels or BTEC Nationals, they will spend the next two years in intensive study of a single vocational or technical field as part of the new T-level. How they get on could be critical for the future of further education in the UK.
University exam marking boycott is a disgrace
Robbing students of the ability to graduate after years of Covid disruption is shameful – but lecturers aren’t the only ones to blame.