Threat to sue

9th May 1997 at 01:00
The National Association of Head Teachers has warned that students will sue examination boards unless a new appeals system is introduced. "Far too many injustices occur," it says in response to reform proposals published under the Conservatives. The association warned Labour not to reduce the number of boards to one; it says there should be at least three separate boards.

The association also pressed for a reduction in exam fees which, it says, are far too high.

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