Holding exams this year ‘would have hit disadvantaged pupils hardest’

Evening Standard reports …

Pressing ahead with GCSE and A-Level exams this summer would have hit the most disadvantaged children the hardest, Gavin Williamson said today. The education secretary was quizzed by MPs on the education committee today after the exams furore which saw GCSEs and A-Levels being recalculated at the eleventh hour.

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