Len Shackleton writes for The Telegraph
In his article Len argues that the reforms intended to give A-levels a ‘boost’ have turned out in practice to be a damp squib as nothing much has changed. We need more competition among providers offering exciting new syllabuses where students and their teachers can take risks and exercise rather than conform to narrow and predictable guidelines.
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