AQA exam board dropping GCSE and A-level Greek and Latin

27th August 2004 at 01:00
* The AQA exam board is to stick by its decision to scrap its GCSE and A-level Greek and Latin courses from 2006, despite a plea from Stephen Twigg, education minister. It said the classics courses were too expensive to run.

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