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It is reported that Ofqual is working on plans to implement the arrangements announced by the government last week. Whilst schools may have to wait longer for details of how moderation and appeals will work, the Education Secretary’s ...
Posted: 1st Apr 2020View full article >
This Department for Education (DfE) governance update reiterates the key messages and guidance published by the department in the last week, especially around school closures and seeks to provide some clarity on specific issues that will be at the ...
Posted: 31st Mar 2020View full article >