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Evaluation of the implementation and impact of Diplomas

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Evaluation of the implementation and impact of Diplomas

The introduction of Diplomas for 14-19 year olds, at three levels and across 14 or more ‘lines’ of learning, represents a major innovation in educational opportunity for young people in England. The Diploma consists of: • ‘generic learning’ (functional skills in English, mathematics and information and communication technology (ICT), a project, and development of personal, learning and thinking skills) • ‘principal learning’ (sector-related knowledge and underpinning skills needed to progress in relevant sectors) • ‘additional/specialist’ learning (a selection of options can be chosen from a range of qualifications). Diplomas also include learning


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