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NEWS - NUT: GCSE COURSEWORK FAVOURS MIDDLE CLASSES - 12.20 pm

Credit: BBC Broadcast Archive
Clip #: 002-04-29ECSD
Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive

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Transmission date: 02 January, 2004
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Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 002-04-29EC
Clip length: 00:00:15:00

The NUT says coursework, which is worth up to two thirds of the marks... Stock Footage VideoBBC Archives,Child,General Certificate of Secondary Education,Human InterestPhotographer Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive The NUT says coursework, which is worth up to two thirds of the marks in some GCSEs, may be favouring middle class children. The union says it's because they generally have more supportive parents, with access to the internet.<br>Guid: ANBN002N<br>Story Number: 002/04/29EC
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