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Economic Affairs Committee
Report published 11 June 2018. Government Response published 10 August 2018. Awaiting debate.
The system of post-school education in England is not a system. It is unbalanced in favour of full time university degrees, and as a result offers poor value for money to individuals, taxpayers and the economy. It requires immediate reform.
Economic Affairs Committee publishes report on economics of post-school education
The Members of the Committee have declared the following interests in relation to this inquiry: