A Qualified Success: an investigation into T-levels and the wider vocational system

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Richmond, Tom
Policy Exchange
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28 February 2019
Education and Skills, Employment
Social welfare
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The Policy Exchange believe that T-levels have the potential to make a valuable contribution to our education system, but this will only be realised if they are conceived, designed and delivered in the wider context of building a high-quality and sustainable technical education route.

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