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Dramatic exams alternate U-turn based on teacher assessments – BBC News


In an extraordinary and humiliating policy change, the UK government has announced that the results of hundreds of thousands of student exams will be based on teacher assessments rather than grades generated by computer modeling. Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said the results would be “strong and fair” to apologize to students, parents and teachers for the inability caused by the weeks of confusion. The policy review applies to students with A levels and GCSEs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The chairman of the Ofqual examinations regulator acknowledged that the “real seriousness” he had created and the failure of the fiasco had led to public confidence. When the original A-level results were announced, he said it was about 40%. They have dropped out of teacher assessments in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, losing many students, and many of them have been lost in university places. the higher grade was higher. It was announced that universities could raise their usual hats in place numbers to ensure students would be accepted. Already, some organizations are saying they lack capacity. According to Reeta Chakrabart’s Ten News education editor at BBC News, Branwen Jeffreys, political correspondent ent Vicki Young and education correspondent Elaine Dunkley. Subscribe HERE .



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