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News: Exam board axes modern foreign language GCSEs and A-levels

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The OCR exam board is dropping its GCSEs and A-levels in French, German and Spanish. The board blames time constraints and a "challenging economic climate" for the decision. It also says it wants to give schools enough time to make informed choices about courses for 2016.

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