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Plans are being considered to tell universities how much learning pupils have missed due to Covid
The Government must offer clarity on which options it is considering to make GCSEs and A-levels as fair as possible this year, writes Nick Pietrek
Exams will be replaced with in-class assessments instead, says Welsh education minister
Thousands of teachers have signed a petition calling for A-level and GCSE content to be reduced because of Covid disruption
A poll for the Sutton Trust showed that many students would have applied to different universities had they known their real grades
Uncertainty over exams could lead to some markers dropping out - which will create opportunities for other staff, writes Susan Barnhurst
Dame Glenys Stacey says contingency plans are under discussion, including proposals for invigilated mock exams
Geoff Barton from the ASCL says ministers should do something more radical than delaying GCSEs and A levels by a few weeks
Vice-chancellors say the move would give students affected by Covid-19 disruption more time to learn
ISC chair Barnaby Lenon warns of the dangers of the politicisation of elite university admissions
INTERVIEW: ISC chair Barnaby Lenon has had enough of the ‘obsession’ with state/private school ratios, but supports efforts to help disadvantaged students
Oxford is also expected to announce record figures for undergraduates educated in the state sector
Exams results chaos has thrown a spanner in the works for schools trying to plan
Tired staff face a school year fraught with uncertainties, but we can remain hopeful, writes Sean Fenton
Students can make complaint to their exam centre if they have 'evidence of bias or discrimination'
The A-level results U-turn means many more students now qualify to study medicine
Head of Eton says students were awarded grades that were 'manifestly unfair'
Admissions chaos prompted by the A-Level results U-turn could lead to judicial review, experts say
Eight out of ten independent school heads believe algorithm is 'unfair'
Lockdown could mean this year's cohort of leavers is probably the most ready to engage with development officers