Funding pressures mean pupils at sixth-form colleges in England must choose from an increasingly narrow range of A-level subjects, a study has found.
The Sixth Form Colleges Association’s annual survey suggests two-thirds of colleges have had to drop courses.
Over half (58%) have also reduced or removed extra-curricular activities such as music, drama and sport.
The government said it had protected the base rate of funding for all post-16 students until 2020.
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