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The Post-14 Context
The post-14 context
The Development of 14+ Provision in FE

There has been a growing partnership with schools, colleges and training providers for a number of years, which has seen Year 10 and Year 11 learners spend part of their education time in other education facilities. In recent years FE provision has been offered as an alternative to schooling for some pupils.

Dearing's Review of Qualifications for 16–19 Year Olds (1996) suggested that the FE curriculum being offered was too narrow. It needed to be broader to allow the country to develop the skills base of its young people and prepare for being able to compete in the modern global market. At the same time there was an awareness of disengagement from education ...

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