Greenwich stalls plans

14th May 2010 at 01:00
A-level and GCSE language courses at Greenwich Community College hang in the balance

The future of A-level and GCSE language courses at Greenwich Community College hangs in the balance after senior managers and governors postponed their decision on possible closure. They were due to make a decision on whether to axe the courses on May 10 but rescheduled the deadline to May 17 after receiving a larger than expected number of responses to a consultation on the proposals.

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