Next year’s exams in England delayed but still going ahead

BBC reports …

Next summer’s A-levels and GCSEs in England are going ahead – but with slightly reduced content and a start date pushed back by about three weeks. Most exams will now start from 7 June, rather than mid-May, in an attempt to make up for lost teaching time. Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said further back-up plans would be decided later for “all scenarios”.

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