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Rishi Sunak vows to end low-paying degrees in post-16 education shake-up | Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak promised phase out university degrees that don’t improve students’ “earning potential” create the Russell Group of world-class of technical colleges and introduce a British bachelor’s degree that would prevent 16-year-olds from discarding math and English.

The Conservative leadership announced hopefully that its plans reform post-16 education noted “a significant step towards parity of correlation between professional and academic education”.

If he becomes next prime ministerSunak strengthens networks of technical institutes and their connections with industry, as well as empowering them award degree, his campaign said.

former the chancellor will evaluate university degrees through their drop-out rates, numbers in graduate work and salary thresholds, with exceptions for nursing courses and other courses with high social value.

Clearly trying to appeal to the right, Sunak campaign said he would also speed up higher education (freedom of speech) a bill that in house of Lords.

government argued that the bill was necessary to combat growing intolerance in universities, but opponents they said he was looking for a solution problem which does not exist and which could protect hate speech.

sunak also promised to improve professional development for teachers, commit to plans open 75 new free schools announced through government in June and give the school trustsaccountability holiday” for two years after admission on inefficient schools.

He would also work expand use of artificial intelligence and digital technology in classrooms and reduce teachers’ workload.

Sunak said: “Ah good education is the closest thing to a silver bullet when it comes to people living better.

“These proposals represent a significant step towards parity of correlation between professional and academic education. And they will take tougher an approach to university degrees that burdens students with debt without improving their income potential.

“I will also take bold, practical steps to build on successful conservative education reforms of in past decade using technology and quality improvement of education in inefficient areas.

“Every child deserves world-great education and if I become prime minister i’ll make it mine mission from the day one to ensure that’s what they get.”

former chancellor also create new British Baccalaureate, which will require students to continue studying core subjects such as mathematics and English until they finish school at 18.

In an interview with The Times he criticized “overly narrow specialization” of in current curriculum that he says does not prepare young people for “economy of tomorrow”.

“We are almost unique in west world, for advanced economy and all high performing education systems, in allowing people to drop math and stop studying them native language at 16,” he told the newspaper.

“In Germany, France, Asia, young people study mathematics all their lives. way under 18 and in in way modern economy works, i think it will last us back if our youth do not have them skills”.

After private studied at Winchester College, where he head boy and degree in politicsphilosophy and economics at Oxford, Sunak took MBA from Stanford University in California.

His rival in the Tory leadership, Liz Truss, bills herself as an “educational leader”. prime minister” with replacement plan for failed academies with new free schools and the promise that students with top A-levels will receive an automatic invitation to an interview at Oxford or Cambridge, raising questions about whether of academic year would have to be redone.

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