Work-related courses can improve attendance

29th June 2001 at 01:00
Work-related courses can improve attendance, staying-on rates and GCSE grades of disaffected pupils, according to an Office for Standards in Education report out this week. However, only a minority of pupils allowed to opt out of national curriculum subjects complete a vocational qualification and their basic reading and writing skills often remain weak.

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