Tes Podcast: Teachers to decide GCSE and A-level grades

The latest edition of education’s favourite podcast

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Join the Tes editorial team as we discuss the latest news from exam regulator Ofqual that teachers themselves will decide on what GCSE and A-level grades students will receive following the cancellation of exams due to the coronavirus.

We also discuss the dangers of pupils being victims of “Zoombombing” when home learning via the Zoom video conferencing app.

And we talk about reasons why hundreds of private schools could "go bust by Christmas" in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.


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Dave Speck

Dave Speck is a reporter at Tes

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