Thu 18 June 2015, The Independent

A less rigid approach needed towards required GCSE subjects

By Richard Garner
John Cridland, the director-general of the CBI, has a point when he asks why we are persevering with the GCSE exam at 16 when we are insisting that all teenagers should remain in education and training until they are 18. Indeed he has put his finger on a contradiction in...
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