PM hopeful vows to crack down on degrees with low outcomes
The Tory leadership hopeful said his plans to reform post-16 education marked “a significant stride towards parity of esteem between vocational and academic education”.
If he becomes the next prime minister, Sunak would strengthen networks of technical institutions and their links with industry, as well as giving them powers to award degrees, his campaign said. These proposals will take a tougher approach to university degrees that saddle students with debt, without improving their earning potential.
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