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Pupils could sit tests at home as evidence for GCSE and A-level grades, after official exams scrapped

<p>Pupils could sit tests at home under proposals&nbsp;</p>

Pupils could sit tests at home as evidence for GCSE and A-level grades, after official exams scrapped Pupils could sit tests at home as evidence for GCSE and A-level grades, after official exams scrapped Pupils in England could be allowed to sit tests at home which would form evidence for GCSE, AS- and A-level grades this year, according to proposals …

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GCSE and A-level students in England will not be asked to sit exams in summer 2021

<p>Students have been told they will not be asked to sit A-level and GCSE exams in summer</p>

GCSE and A-level students in England will not be asked to sit exams in summer 2021 GCSE and A-level students in England will not be asked to sit exams in summer 2021 It comes after Michael Gove suggested end-of-year exams would be scrapped in favour of alternative styles of assessment following the new lockdown. On Monday evening, the Department for …

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‘Time is running out’ to plan for next year’s GCSE and A-Level exams, unions warn

Unions have warned 'time is running out' to plan for next year's GCSE and A-level exams

‘Time is running out’ to plan for next year’s GCSE and A-Level exams, unions warn ‘Time is running out’ to plan for next year’s GCSE and A-Level exams, unions warn Geoff Barton from the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) told The Independent the government “needs to show a greater sense of urgency” on the matter.  On Monday, five …

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A-level exam chaos: Ofqual’s controversial algorithm to be reviewed, regulatory body confirms | The Independent

A-level exam chaos: Ofqual’s controversial algorithm to be reviewed, regulatory body confirms | The Independent

A-level exam chaos: Ofqual’s controversial algorithm to be reviewed, regulatory body confirms | The Independent A-level exam chaos: Ofqual’s controversial algorithm to be reviewed, regulatory body confirms | The Independent There will be a review into how Ofqual’s statistical model designed to calculate this year’s exam grades was developed, a regulatory body has said. A-level and GCSE students have now …

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Gavin Williamson and Ofqual warned of flaws in A-level results system weeks ago, reports say

Blame game erupts over A-level fiasco as Gavin Williamson dodges resignation calls

Gavin Williamson and Ofqual warned of flaws in A-level results system weeks ago, reports say Gavin Williamson and Ofqual warned of flaws in A-level results system weeks ago, reports say The Independent employs reporters around the world to bring you truly independent journalism. To support us, please consider a contribution. Education secretary Gavin Williamson and the exams regulator Ofqual were warned …

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A-level results: Around 15,000 students now make first-choice university offer with teacher grades | The Independent

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A-level results: Around 15,000 students now make first-choice university offer with teacher grades | The Independent A-level results: Around 15,000 students now make first-choice university offer with teacher grades | The Independent Around 15,000 students have met their first-choice university offer with their teacher-assessed grades, UCAS has revealed. A-level results: Around 15,000 students now make first-choice university offer with teacher …

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Blame game erupts over A-level fiasco as Gavin Williamson dodges resignation calls

Blame game erupts over A-level fiasco as Gavin Williamson dodges resignation calls

Blame game erupts over A-level fiasco as Gavin Williamson dodges resignation calls Blame game erupts over A-level fiasco as Gavin Williamson dodges resignation calls A blame game erupted on Tuesday over the exam results fiasco as the government pointed the finger at regulators and headteachers called for an independent inquiry. Education secretary Gavin Williamson four times refused to say whether …

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A-level confusion increases as universities await teacher-predicted grades from Ucas | The Independent

A-level confusion increases as universities await teacher-predicted grades from Ucas | The Independent

A-level confusion increases as universities await teacher-predicted grades from Ucas | The Independent A-level confusion increases as universities await teacher-predicted grades from Ucas | The Independent Thousands of students are still in the dark over whether they can secure places on university courses, as institutions wait to receive the new teacher-predicted grades from Ucas, the admissions service. Education secretary Gavin …

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U.K. Backs Down in A-Level Testing Debacle Tied to Coronavirus

U.K. Backs Down in A-Level Testing Debacle Tied to Coronavirus

U.K. Backs Down in A-Level Testing Debacle Tied to Coronavirus U.K. Backs Down in A-Level Testing Debacle Tied to Coronavirus LONDON — Barraged by protests from angry teachers, parents and students, the British government has abandoned the improvised college-entrance exam system it cobbled together for schools in England after the pandemic made traditional testing impossible. Critics said the government’s approach …

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Northern Ireland to let teachers decide GCSE grades after A-level algorithm fiasco

Northern Ireland to let teachers decide GCSE grades after A-level algorithm fiasco

Northern Ireland to let teachers decide GCSE grades after A-level algorithm fiasco Northern Ireland to let teachers decide GCSE grades after A-level algorithm fiasco Northern Irish GCSE students will be given grades decided by their teachers after an outcry over the use of an algorithm to award marks for A-level. Peter Weir, the education minister for the Northern Ireland executive, …

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