Choice and Selection in School Admissions

This report by Professor Alan Smithers and Dr Pamela Robinson for the Sutton Trust education charity is calling for GCSEs to be taken at the age of 14, with a clearer divide between lower and upper secondary school, since GCSEs will no longer be relevant as end-of-school exams for 18 year-old school leavers. After GCSEs, pupils would specialise in academic or vocational courses until they leave school. Leadership Briefing 5.07 (55)

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