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  • Independent Commission into Exam Malpractice – call for evidence

    Independent Commission into Exam Malpractice – call for evidence

    Since its launch in July 2018, Sir John Dunford’s Independent Commission into Exam Malpractice, has considered evidence from a wide range of educational organisations, sector leaders and government bodies.

    04 Feb 2019 3:32pm

  • News Review 04 Feb 2019

    News Review 04 Feb 2019

    The BBC reports that the House of Lords has approved plans to expand two year degree courses at universities.

    04 Feb 2019 3:00pm

  • News Review 29 January 2019

    News Review 29 January 2019

    Ofqual has confirmed that exam boards will be able to choose how to assess pupils’ programming skills in the computer science GCSE from 2022 onwards, reports Schools Week.

    30 Jan 2019 12:08pm

  • News Review  21 January 2019

    News Review 21 January 2019

    Schools Week reports that civil servants from the Department for Education have been redeployed to help prepare for a no-deal Brexit on grounds that the DfE is seen as a non-priority “no deal” department.

    21 Jan 2019 3:33pm

  • Ofqual conference on grading vocational and technical assessments

    Ofqual conference on grading vocational and technical assessments

    Ofqual held a conference on grading vocational and technical assessments in December.

    15 Jan 2019 1:37pm

  • News Review 08 January 2019

    News Review 08 January 2019

    University leaders have this week written to MPs to highlight their concern at the possibility impact of a no-deal Brexit on universities.

    08 Jan 2019 2:48pm

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