GCSE grading review rolls on

2nd November 2012 at 00:00

Thousands of pupils whose schools argue they have been given incorrect GCSE English grades may not learn until Christmas at the earliest whether their legal challenge to August's results has been successful. Last week an alliance of teaching unions, academy chains, local authorities and more than 100 schools applied for a High Court judicial review.

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