IB Schools and Colleges Association

‘Why A-levels should be scrapped: they don’t suit 21st century innovation’

Once the gold standard, A-levels are losing their lustre, increasingly eclipsed by the rigour and breadth of the IB, says Helena Pozniak

Images of delighted A-level students taking an artfully choreographed jump for joy are a familiar sight on news pages every August. But teens who have sat the International Baccalaureate (IB) have a right to feel a little miffed – their results in early July pass largely uncelebrated, because few people really understand what the qualification means………………..

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