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The Anthropology A-level was developed over the course of four years by the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI)'s Education Committee in collaboration with teachers, anthropologists and with the awarding body AQA (Assessment and Qualifications Alliance). The Anthropology A-level has been accredited by the national regulator Ofqual . Teaching began in September 2010 and the subject is now being offered by in schools and colleges throughout Britain.
In February 2015, The awarding body of Anthropology A-level has announced that they "are not planning to develop a new A-level Anthropology qualification under government changes to A-levels". To read the many signatures on the petition to Save Anthropology A Level click here. To read the official Feb 2015 RAI statement click here.
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