Comparing the higher education, employment and earnings outcomes of those who attend schools with sixth forms with those who don’t.
Young people are taking fewer A-Levels as qualification reforms kick in and per-student spending falls
Post-16 education is in a period of flux, with major qualification reforms and a drop in per-student spending. Reformed A-Levels began to be introduced from September 2015, with a concurrent decoupling of AS-Levels. And, as the IFS have reported [PDF], spending per student in school sixth forms and further education has been falling since 2010/11. [...]