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MPs are being warned that the funding crisis in post-16 education will mean further cuts to courses, rising class sizes and sixth form closures unless urgent action is taken.
This message comes from the Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA), the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL), and the Association of Colleges (AoC).
These three, national organisations representing sixth forms and colleges have launched a joint manifesto recommending that MPs introduce a £200 per student uplift in funding to improve the education and support offered to sixth form students, and conduct a review of sixth form funding to ensure realistic funds are available to deliver a high-quality curriculum.
The joint campaign highlights the rising pressures on post-16 college and sixth form budgets and the need for, what it sees as, urgent action from MPs.