Wales should scrap GCSE exams next summer and award grades on coursework, says exam regulator

Wales should scrap GCSE exams next summer and instead award grades on pupils’ coursework and assessments, a testing regulator has said. Qualifications Wales said A-Level students should continue to be graded as normal, but younger pupils should face a relaxed system. Outcry over those results saw a U-turn from Government and teachers’ predicted grades were used instead.
 

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30/10/2020