Before thousands of students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland received A-level and B-Tech grades, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson apologized for his disruption of schooling in England. It comes after last-minute changes to the appeals process for the results of the examinations, with ministers eager to avert the ongoing controversy in Scotland. Students in England and Northern Ireland have been told they can use the results of the exams as a basis for any appeal. However, the Welsh students were informed of last year’s AS result if they are higher than their grades tomorrow. The changes have caused confusion and controversy. Sophie Raworth has presented the film BBC News at Ten with education editor Branwen Jeffreys and political correspondent Chris Mason. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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