State and private schools in ‘movement’ to scrap GCSEs

Tes reports …

A campaign between state and private schools plans to launch a manifesto to end GCSE exams, branded by their architect as based on an “Edwardian” curriculum.

In a meeting of the group last week, Lord Kenneth Baker, the former education secretary who helped introduce GCSEs, said he thought the exams had “run their course”.

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