Sat 19 April 2014, The Independent

Poorer pupils forced to drop arts subjects due to the costs of studying

By Richard Garner
Pupils in state schools are having to ditch arts subjects at GCSE because they can no longer afford the cost of studying for them, a second report on the impact of poverty in the classroom has said.
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