Modular GCSEs to stay in Wales

11th November 2011 at 00:00

Education secretary Michael Gove has signalled the end of modular GCSEs in England in an effort to end the "culture of resits". But in Wales, where a review of 14-19 qualifications is underway, schools will be free to offer modular or linear GCSE courses until at least 2014, the Welsh Government announced this week.

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