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Ofqual To Crack Down On 'Highly Structured' Textbooks

Posted at 9:28PM Wednesday 07 Nov 2012

Rising numbers of books and study guides used in schools are focused on "exam preparation" instead of improving pupils' understanding of key disciplines, it was claimed.

Ofqual said that the use of "highly structured" course materials was prevalent in most GCSE subjects, although particular concerns were raised over maths and science.

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