Tes Podcast: GCSEs and the school reopening debate

The latest edition of education’s favourite podcast brings you up to date with the news on how coronavirus is affecting schools

podcast April 16

Join the Tes news team as we discuss the latest news from exam regulator Ofqual, including its U-turn that Year 10 pupils could get GCSE grades after all, and its warning over pupils seeking to “inappropriately influence grades”.

We also talk teachers' safety fears over schools reopening amid calls from Labour leader Keir Starmer, and others, for the reopening of schools to be prioritised in any end to the coronavirus lockdown.

 

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