Sixth-forms just as good

23rd July 2004 at 01:00
Teaching for 16 to19 year-olds in further education colleges is no better than in school sixth-forms, inspectors said this week.

The Office for Standards in Education found sixth-form centres in FE colleges offer good value for money and help to increase participation rates, with evidence that students prefer to mix with adults.

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