Questions over Government's case to abolish GCSEs

GCSE exams could be scrapped under controversial new government proposals by 2015.

Plans to axe them in favour of English Baccalaureate Certificates have been criticised by the Commons Education Select Committee.

ITV Daybreak spoke to MP Graham Stuart from the Education Select Committee, who said the committee is questioning whether the Government has made a strong enough case to abolish the GCSE brand.

Read: MPs criticise Government plans to axe GCSEs.

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MPs criticise plans to axe GCSEs

Government plans to axe GCSEs in favour of English Baccalaureate Certificates have been criticised by the Commons education select committee who are also asking the coalition to slow down its pace of exam reform.