Fiona Millar gives Gove 'F for Fail' in exam plans

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Journalist and education activist Fiona Millar called for a "real English baccalaureate" as she claimed Michael Gove's plans to change GCSEs were "not really radical reform, just tinkering with a redundant system".

In her authored film for BBC1's This Week, she graded the education secretary with an F for Fail. She has also put forward her own ideas to allow children to "thrive, flourish and compete on the international stage".

UK viewers have 12 months to watch the full programme - including the debate which followed this film - on iPlayer

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