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The latest verdict on the government’s plans for reforming skills qualifications

report on the future of post-16 qualifications published today warns that planned government reforms could make skills shortages worse.

The report, by the Commons Education Select Committee, a cross-party committee with a Conservative majority, identifies major problems with plans for T-levels, apprenticeships and other applied general qualifications, such as Btecs, as well as the International Baccalaureate—all routes to higher education entry.

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