Evidence from SCORE contributes to government response on KS4 reform
6 February 2013
The Government has not proved its case that GCSEs in the key academic subjects should be abolished and replaced with new English Baccalaureate Certificate exams, according to the House of Commons Education Select Committee. In its latest report (published 31 January 2013), the Committee says the Government is trying to do too much, too fast. Introducing several fundamental changes at the same time and to a tight timetable will jeopardise the quality of the reforms and may threaten the stability of the wider exam system.
To read the report, and evidence from SCORE partner organisations, including ASE click here.