Knowsley planning return of A-levels after shut down
Knowsley is planning to offer its young people A-levels again, with government and local representatives holding meetings over a new A-level centre.
The last school in the borough to teach A-levels, Halewood Academy, announced last year that it could no longer afford to offer the qualifications.
It prompted complaints from parents in a borough that already had among the UK's lowest rates of university entry.
The plans would see the building of a new dedicated centre for A-levels.
A delegation from Knowsley Council has held meetings with the Department for Education, the Education Funding Agency and local MPs.