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Plans are being considered to tell universities how much learning pupils have missed due to Covid



The 'intensity' of online learning meant some of her pupils were more advanced after lockdown, says Jane Prescott from the GSA



It would be 'folly' to cancel next year's GCSEs and A-levels without a well-planned and tested alternative, writes Ed Elliott, head of the Perse School



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



Wales' move to swap the 2021 GCSEs and A-levels for classroom tests sounds 'rather like exams', writes Nicholas Pietrek from Thorpe House School



The upheaval from Covid-19 could let us rethink the role and structure of GCSEs, writes Paul Dwyer from Redmaids' High School



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



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



The education secretary is expected to remain under pressure from unions and others over GCSEs and A-levels



Geoff Barton from the ASCL says ministers should do something more radical than delaying GCSEs and A levels by a few weeks



Geoff Barton of ASCL says the idea of taking GCSEs and A-levels online is 'pie in the sky'



Independent schools are among those considering alternatives



Gavin Williamson is expected to announce whether he will push back start from May to July



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'



Analysis suggests teacher-assessed grades will be higher



Ofqual chief Sally Collier asks schools to be flexible on grades when deciding who to admit to A-level and other courses