GCSEs and A levels 2021: ‘Dismay’ at ‘weak’ DfE plan

Tes reports …

Headteachers have condemned the government’s plan to counter Covid GCSE and A level disruption by delaying next year’s exams by three weeks, branding it “inadequate”. Both the Association of School and College Leaders and the NAHT school leaders’ union have said the decision does not go far enough in mitigating the effects of the pandemic on pupils.

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