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GCSE reforms will 'confuse' teachers and parents

The National Association of Head teachers is warning that reforms to GCSEs and A-Levels in England risk leaving parents and teachers confused about what subjects to study and which exams to sit.

The government says the changes, which come into force from September, will help students reach standards seen in high-performing countries such as Singapore, Korea and Hong Kong.

Gillian Hargreaves reports.

  • 05 Mar 2015
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