GCSE grading row reaches high court – The Guardian

Posted December 11th, 2012 in education, examinations, judicial review, news by sally

“Thousands of students could see their GCSE English grades increased retrospectively through a high court case beginning on Tuesday in which an alliance of schools, councils and pupils will argue that exam boards and the government’s qualifications watchdog acted illegally in changing grade boundaries midway through the 2012 exams season.”

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The Guardian, 11th December 2012

Source: www.guardian.co.uk