Isabel Hardman Isabel Hardman

GCSE row will rumble on

‘If concerns are expressed, we look into them. We’ve done that.’ When Glenys Stacey appeared on Sky News this evening after Ofqual finally published its initial report into the gradings of the GCSE English exams, she had an air of finality about her. What the chief executive of the regulator was trying to suggest, as she discussed the report’s findings with the presenter, was that this was the end of the row.

Even though Ofqual’s report said the problem with last week’s GCSE results was not that the papers...

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