T levels

Budget and Spending Review: what did chancellor Rishi Sunak say?

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has pledged to address the UK's economic vulnerabilities through a mixed programme of heavy investment and increased taxation.

Russell Group universities may not accept T-Level students, experts warn

As many remain apprehensive about the new qualification, employers and education providers are told not to dismiss the skills route

Parents prefer degrees combining work and study for their children

Three-quarters (75%) of parents think high-quality work experience is the best way to develop the skills employers want, according to the Chartered Management Institute (CMI)

Education secretary lays out new T-Level plans

The education secretary Damian Hinds? has laid out a series of plans for T-Levels and called for an end to "snobby" attitudes towards vocational and technical courses

Parents lack awareness of T-levels

Two-thirds of parents haven't heard of T-levels, sparking concerns over the introduction of the qualification

Employers unprepared for T-Levels

Many employers feel they don't have a good understanding of T-Levels, according to City & Guilds

More funding and awareness needed on T-Levels

T-levels need greater funding and promotion to be a success, according to the Resolution Foundation