Incorporated Society of Musicians campaigns against GCSE reform proposals


The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) is campaigning against the Government's proposed introduction of the Full English Baccalaureate (EBacc) qualification to replace GSCEs.

Students will only receive an EBacc if they pass exams across five core subject areas, music and other creative subjects are presently omitted from this list.

The ISM claim the proposals threaten “to damage not just our children’s education but also our economy,”. The society has started a petition, which has already recieved "thousands of ...

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