Mon 6 September 2010, The Independent

Baccalaureate planned to reverse the decline in foreign languages

By Richard Garner
A new English Baccalaureate exam is being planned by ministers to fight the decline in the number of young people studying languages and science at GCSE. The new qualification will be awarded to any student who gains A* to C grade GCSE passes in five named subjects – English, maths, modern foreign languages, science and a humanity.
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