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IGCSE rejected for state schools

The Government has rejected the use of some IGCSEs in state schools for under-16s because it does not meet the requirements of the curriculum in the key subjects of English maths, science and ICT. Government funding has been given for nine other subjects but not the core subjects.

The Government has rejected the use of some IGCSEs in state schools for under-16s because it does not “meet the requirements of the curriculum in the key subjects of English maths, science and ICT”. Government funding has been given for nine other subjects but not the core subjects.

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