There’s more uncertainty for hundreds of thousands of A Level students, and for children waiting for their GCSE results.
The exams regulator, Ofqual withdrew its guidance on how pupils could appeal their grades hours after making it public.
And the former Conservative Education Secretary Kenneth Baker has said the government should stop “digging a hole” and postpone the announcement of GCSE results.
The Government has been under fire since A Level grades allocated by Ofqual were announced in England — following the cancellation of the exams due to the coronavirus pandemic. Almost 40% of the grades were lower than teachers’ assessments.
Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by education editor Branwen Jeffreys and political correspondent Jonathan Blake.
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