Exams in England delayed but still going ahead in 2021

BBC reports …

Next summer’s A-levels and GCSEs in England are going ahead – but with some reduced content and a start date pushed back by three weeks. Most exams will now start from 7 June, rather than mid-May, in an attempt to make up for lost teaching time. However, head teachers were angry with the proposals and lack of information given by the government about what will happen if exams can’t go ahead.

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