A round-up of this week’s education news and comments.
Student perspective: should we ban all future exams?
Calculating grades a 'big burden' on teachers, MPs told
Coronavirus: Drop plan to reopen primaries to all pupils, ministers urged
Almost all staff 'believe school return is unsafe'
Coronavirus: Has the government really met its 5 tests for reopening schools?
Years 10 and 12 will 'predominantly' be taught remotely
English schools' return could lead to new surge, experts warn
Speed read: DfE publishes guidance for secondary schools on June 15 reopening plan
Coronavirus in the UK: Why the Government is reopening primary schools in England first
Autumn GCSEs 'could be very disruptive for FE'
Johnson: 'I will look into an apprenticeship guarantee'
More than one-third of school leavers unsure about attending university after coronavirus, research finds
Top universities say they would have to admit large numbers of students with low or no grades to hit access targets
Coronavirus: Oxford University intends to teach face-to-face
Students like the flexibility': why online universities are here to stay