Daily roundup: Exam reforms, abortion inquiry, and a ‘catch-up premium' for pupils

Neil Puffett
Thursday, January 31, 2013

The education select committee warns against the government's GCSE shake-up plans, an inquiry into abortion, and struggling pupils to benefit from literacy and maths drive, all in the news today.

The education select committee raised 'serious concerns' about the timescales of government's planned changes to the exam system. Image: NTI
The education select committee raised 'serious concerns' about the timescales of government's planned changes to the exam system. Image: NTI

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