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Who will teach T'Levels?

Who will teach T'Levels?

[UPDATE: Following this story the DfE changed its guidance to state that providers selected to deliver T-levels from 2022 will be able to offer the T-levels introduced in that year, as well as those rolled out in 2020 and 2021.]

The Department for Education has this morning revealed what it will take to join the select list of providers permitted to deliver T-levels in 2022.

But there is a catch – they will not be permitted to deliver the T-levels introduced in 2022, the third of four years to roll-out all 25 T-levels.

According to the latest version of the T-level action plan (click here to download the 48 page document), providers will need to have an Ofsted rating of at least ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’, a financial health grade that is at least “satisfactory” and already be “delivering to a minimum of 10 qualifying students per T-level subject area”.

The DfE go on to say that providers will need to meet all of this criteria to be approved.

Interested providers will however be asked to submit an expression of interest in early January 2020, which will “set out the detailed criteria and further information as part of that process”.

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