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Musicians call for wider EBacc subject list.

Discussion in 'Music' started by YesMrBronson, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. YesMrBronson

    YesMrBronson New commenter

  2. I wish I had confidence that the government would take notice of this but I suspect that they'll continue in their merry way with the plans they have.
    I'm actually going to invite our local MP to come in and talk to my tutor group in Sept so that he can hear what my students have to say about it. They'll all be 17+ (second year Sixth Form) and quite politically aware.
    My question to Mr Gove would be whether he's (and I suppose the team he works with) thought about the knock on effect that the lack of Arts subjects will have on Post 16 education. It's not like Post 16 ed is in great shape now, let alone enforcing this further damage to it.
     

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