Nick Clegg hails coalition GCSE exam education changes


Changes to the exam system for 16-year-olds in England will “give parents confidence” in the exams taken by their children, says Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.

Mr Clegg and Education Secretary Michael Gove are due to unveil the new GCSE exam regime.

From 2015, the current GCSEs are set to be replaced with what ministers claim will be a more rigorous system.

Assessment will be based on an O-level style single end-of-year exam.


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