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A resit levy should be applied to schools to cover the costs of some or all of their students who do not achieve A*-C in GCSE English or maths, concludes a report from think tank, Policy Exchange.
In Crossing the Line: improving success rates among students retaking English and maths GCSEs, Policy Exchange argues that FE Colleges have to deal with the greatest proportion of young people that have to re-sit these qualifications in comparison to their school counterparts, and these are students who are likely to require more intensive teaching.
The numbers bear out the challenge for FE Colleges. For students who completed their GCSEs in 2011 and retook them in 2013: