Publish Date : July 30 2015
Category : News
In a dramatic U-turn, the government has announced it is working to save “community language” qualifications from being axed, including Gujarati, Punjabi, and Bengali.
The move follows the decision by exam boards AQA and OCR to scrap GCSEs and A-Levels in Polish, Modern Hebrew, Turkish, Portuguese, Dutch and Persian, as well as the three Asian languages.
A-Levels in Bengali and Punjabi...