26 September 2012

million+’s Chief Executive, Pam Tatlow argues for the brake to be put on A Level reforms

In an article for the Guardian (10 September) Pam Tatlow highlights widespread concerns with proposed A Level reforms. The education select committee report recognises that schools, colleges, all universities and employers have an interest in A level reform, and a recent roundtable held by million+ in Parliament - with representatives from across the political, business, academic and school sectors - agreed that A Levels need to help students progress to higher education, employment or apprenticeships. 

Reform, Pam Tatlow says, needs to ensure key players are on board and be matched with realistic delivery.

Read the full article on the Guardian here.

www.guardian.co.uk/education/2012/sep/10/michael-gove-alevels-reform

Read the report from million+'s roundtable on 'What are A-levels for' here.