MPs Propose Financial Literacy Alternative to Maths GCSE Resits

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MPs had said that the government should create a financial literacy qualification as an alternative to GCSE maths resits as part of their plans for an Advanced British Standard. The House of Commons education committee has recently urged ministers to provide post-16 students with “comprehensive financial education” as a “priority” in proposals to continue maths education to the age of 18. Financial education has formally been part of the national school curriculum since 2014, but it is not currently compulsory in post-16 education in England. Click here for more.