Wed 30 April 2014, The Independent

Could state sixth-forms soon become a thing of the past?

By Richard Garner
Sixth-form provision in state schools and colleges is under threat as never before. The Coalition Government may have pledged to maintain education spending – but that applies only to compulsory schooling for five- to 16-year-olds.
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