Tes reports …
Greater “optionality” in next year’s GCSE and A level exams is still on the table, according to the Ofqual boss. The exam watchdog’s interim chief regulator Dame Glenys Stacey said she would be providing the government with advice next month on contingency plans for exams, after education Secretary Gavin Williamson announced yesterday that most GCSEs and A levels would be delayed for three weeks.
Read more at: GCSEs 2021: Ofqual looking at multiple choice and mocks
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