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The IGCSE: if it’s good enough for Eton, why not for our local schools? | Fiona Millar

The government’s decision to ban the alternative to GCSEs was as political as the earlier move to include them Few things illustrate the madness of our education policy better than the saga of the IGCSE, the exam of preference of the private schools , the new political football of the schools world. The “I” in IGCSE stands for international, which means this particular exam is not directly related to any national curriculum and attracts a degree of independence, which may make it attractive after the turbulence of recent years. Continue reading...
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