Daniel Bates
Daily Mail
February 13, 2008

The exam results and personal details of every 14-year-old in England are to be put on an electronic database for the rest of their lives.

Under Government plans to be unveiled today, each pupil will be assigned a unique number which they will keep even after they leave school.

Employers and colleges will be able to use this number to access students’ records on the internet to check if they are telling the truth about their qualifications.

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