GCSE challenge

9th May 2008 at 01:00
A London scheme to improve GCSE standards was this week extended to Manchester and the Black Country
A London scheme to improve GCSE standards was this week extended to Manchester and the Black Country. The Government will provide about pound;78 million to schools with low marks in the two regions, so they can run schemes similar to London Challenge. And next month, 638 schools in other areas will receive pound;200m to spend on recruitment, booster classes or federations and academies.

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