British kids cannot escape Maths, English any more
The latest step follows criticism from bosses that many school-leavers lack the basic skills required in the job market, The Sun reported.
According to British ministers, the ones not sitting A-levels will be given work experience to make them more employable.
Under the reforms, pupils failing to get a grade C or better in General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) Maths and English, will continue to study them in some form until they are 19.
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Date 20-05-13, Duration 1:20, Views 86