John Swinney: Scottish exams at a ‘very real risk’ of disruption again next year

The Scotsman reports …

The Education Secretary has said that the SQA is already working on contingency plans if the exams are cancelled again. Education Secretary John Swinney has warned there is a “very real risk” that plans to hold exams could be disrupted again next year. The Deputy First Minister told Holyrood’s Education Committee he wants exams to go ahead in the spring but the Scottish Government faces a “dilemma” because of the risk of further coronavirus disruption for schools.

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