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The Times Educational Supplement recently included an in-depth look at GCSE results and the subject of how we use what has become known as comparable outcomes, asking whether rising results are now a thing of the past. I am pleased to see the debate. The issues are so important – and contentious. We all have… Read more »
This week I’ve been speaking to school leaders and teachers at the Education Show in Birmingham about the opportunity we have to reform GCSEs.
We’re taking a look at Guided Learning Hours and we want to hear from you if you have a burning issue with them.
The last few weeks have seen some important developments in the world of qualifications. We have had an announcement on the reform of GCSEs, and a High Court judge has ruled on the GCSE English case – finding that, in difficult circumstances, we ‘grasped the nettle in a cogent and rational’ way. I know how… Read more »