Sat 8 August 2015, The Independent

Teenagers forced to study fewer A-levels in squeeze on public spending, says exam boss

By Richard Garner
Teenagers are being forced to study fewer A-levels as a result of the Government’s squeeze on public spending, an exam-board boss has said.
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