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There are some interesting stories in the papers about education today. Apparently, Nicky Morgan is planning to make the English baccalaureate subjects compulsory. That would mean all children taking English, maths, science, a humanity and a language at GCSE. Watch this space!
In another development, John Crickland, director of the CBI wants the government to scrap GCSEs altogether and to only have exams at 18 like many other countries. That would presumably have consequences for A levels because without GCSEs many more subjects would have to be studied at sixth form. It doesn’t seem likely that this will happen in the near future.

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