Tes reports …
England saw the smallest boost in top grades of all the UK nations entering students for GCSEs, new data on the results that followed this summer’s grading U-turns shows. Following the decisions cancel exams and then to largely abandon moderation in favour of teacher-assessed grades, the proportion of entries achieving A/7 or above at GCSE rose significantly in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, compared to last year.
Read more at: GCSEs 2020: England gets smallest boost in top grades
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