Protest at axing of archaeology A-level

Protest at axing of archaeology A-level
 

A campaign is calling for the reversal of a decision to scrap A-level archaeology - saying it would cause "irrevocable harm" to the development of future archaeologists.
Time Team presenter Sir Tony Robinson has backed the protest.
The Chartered Institute of Archaeology says there is already a shortage of archaeologists, needed to work alongside major building projects.
The AQA exam board says there will be no more new entrants for the subject.
But students who have started the A-level this year will be able to continue and complete the course.
Teachers who are campaigning against... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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