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Improving Inclusivity on the GCSE Literature Syllabus

In response to students’ concerns about the lack of inclusion of women and BAME writers at GCSE level, one exam board has taken steps to update their syllabus. Katy Lewis, Head of English, Drama and Languages at Pearson, discusses the move to add a more diverse set of texts to the English GCSE Literature syllabus.

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