Mon 2 February 2015, The Independent

Dropout generation failed by colleges: £800m a year wasted on students who quit courses they should never have been signed up to

By Richard Garner
More than £800m a year is being wasted on students who drop out of apprenticeships and A-level courses because their schools and colleges are more interested in getting “bums on seats” than on guiding them to the right subjects. Critics warn that data released today shows that a generation of...
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