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DON’T SCRAP BTECS The Government has recently completed a review of Level 3 BTECs and other applied general qualifications in England. The main proposal is to introduce a twin-track system of T levels and A levels at Level 3, where most young people pursue one of these qualifications at the age of 16. As a result, funding for the majority of BTEC qualifications will start to be removed from 2023.

#PROTECTSTUDENTCHOICE The #ProtectStudentChoice campaign coalition of 20 organisations that represent and support staff and students in schools, colleges and universities is deeply concerned about this proposal. We urgently need your support to protect the future of BTECs and other applied general qualifications:

Sign our petition on the

Parliament website and share with your colleagues, governors, students and parents – petition.parliament.uk/ petitions/592642 Write to your local MP to

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for the campaign #ProtectStudentChoice

To find out more visit www.protectstudentchoice.org