York Headteacher Against Changes to Exam System.
10:06am 30th November 2012
A York headteacher is leading a campaign against planned changes to the exams system.
Education Secretary Michael Gove wants a new English Baccalaureate Certificate to replace GCSEs.
The new qualification would be awarded by one exam board - in the hopes of avoiding a repeat of this summer's GCSE marking crisis.
But Huntington School's head John Tomsett says GCSEs could be reformed instead.
John Tomsett is part of the Headteachers Roundtable which is a group of Heads from around the country that are opposed to the proposed changes. You can find out more about the Headteachers Roundtable here: http://headteachersroundtable.wordpress.com/
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