If this is the case, it could be good news for future SQA markers - or bad news for study support supervisors. The real winners will be those who do both tasks at the same time.
Kevin Brown, director of the Scottish Study Support Network, gave a new slant to the travails of the Scottish Qualifications Authority. He told one of the workshops at the Bellshill conference that during his trips across Scotland he had encountered teachers who blamed the lackof markers on the fact that more money can be made by taking part in study support.
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