Teachers have hit back at claims that they abused the exam system to boost grades, as new figures showed that hundreds of schools saw a drop in pupils achieving at least a C in GCSE English this year.Read
Reforms to GCSEs and A-levels will amount to nothing more than "houses built on sand" if the Government fails to tackle "shocking" failings in the way exams are marked and grades awarded, heads of leading independent schools have warned.Read
The Government's "pupil premium" is making a real difference to children from the poorest families, education minister David Laws will insist as he announces it will rise to £900 per pupil next year.Read
Thousands of the brightest children in England are failing to achieve top grades at GCSE because of a growing trend towards entering pupils early for the examination, according to figures released by the education watchdog.Read
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