Reform in England could lead fewer students to pass exams

Head teachers in England are likely to leave their jobs following a recent warning from Education Secretary Michael Gove that his planned education reforms could lead more of them to be fired, according to a union official. Gove's reforms include tougher exams that he said will likely lead fewer students to pass. He said the reforms are part of a plan to improve standards and accountability at schools.

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