Exclusive: GCSEs can’t solve Covid mess says exam board

Tes reports …

The head of England’s largest school exams board has used a Tes interview to warn that it will be impossible for next year’s GCSEs and A levels to resolve the unfairness of the pandemic. The call for realism comes from Colin Hughes, chief executive of AQA, as it works with Ofqual and the other exam boards to draw up a plan that the government can agree by the end of the month.

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