Sutton Trust research on EBacc

Our Changing the subject research brief was covered in The Times.

Secondary schools that were among the fastest to adopt Michael Gove’s reforms when he was education secretary have had a vast increase in pupils taking traditional subjects, a report by the Sutton Trust says. The 300 schools that quickly introduced the English Baccalaureate – a suite of GCSEs comprising English, maths and two sciences, a humanities and a foreign language – saw uptake of these subjects rise from 8 percent to 48 percent in only 3 years.

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2017-05-19T12:08:20+00:00 July 20th, 2016|Categories: In the News|