We must question the impact of unconditional offers, linear exams and a narrow curriculum, writes Kevin Stannard
Drop in A-level entries for humanities subjects in English Baccalaureate is a "terrible indictment", say heads
Girls are narrowing the gender gap, Stem entries are up and languages are down – all the stats from A-level results day
Maths A-level entries were up this year, although the proportion of students achieving an A* in the subject has fallen
A-level entries down in French, Spanish and German
Ofqual insists boundaries "relatively stable" despite small decrease on last year – but watchdog only provides data on reformed A-levels
Girls narrow the gap with boys at top A-level grades, despite suggestions they would suffer through a cut in coursework
The overall A-level pass rate falls to its lowest level since 2010, languages entries down but STEM up
As schools receive their A-level results, here are the main lessons we can learn from the national statistics
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Teacher turned author who has explored different countries’ education systems would abolish GCSEs and single-sex schools
Inspectorate was also discussing ending overall effectiveness grade for schools
New campaign gives parents pre-written postcards to inform schools that pupils will not take national assessments
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Instead of obsessing over league tables and grades, let's take pleasure in seeing our students get where they want to go
If we don't curb accountability, students will be driven away by formulaic teaching of English literature A levels
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Basing university admissions on predicted grades puts poorer pupils at a disadvantage, writes Sir John Dunford
If a pupil misses out on their A-level grades, here's how teachers can support them through the clearing process
The narrowing of A-level options will hinder the UK's success post-Brexit – give pupils more choice, says Paul Whiteman
Students and teachers recall their personal experiences of...
As the ugly creature rears its head again on A-level and GCSE results day, one teacher shares her advice on how to defeat it
Pearson tells schools that one person was responsible for the leak of the Edexcel C4 A-level maths exam taken in June
One head of sixth form explains how to help students who don't get the grades they wanted on A-level results day
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Judging schools on 'quality of education' is all well and good, but when will teachers have the time to provide the evidence?
Leaked Ofsted proposals prompt DfE to restate need for exams to judge school performance
Reforms to A levels and rise in unconditional offers could mean drop in top passes
Exams are an outdated practice – let's find another way to enable students to develop 21st-century skills, says one head