A-level and GCSE students in England will be given grades estimated by their teachers, rather than by an algorithm, after a government U-turn.
Experts Eddie Playfair and Catherine Sezen, senior policy managers at the Association of Colleges, are answering your questions.
Can the universities cope with the massive increase in students achieving top grades now teacher-predicted results are accepted? Steve Cutts, Lewes
Now that we know that the grades predicted by teachers – also known as centre assessment grades, or CAGs for short – will stand, this…
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