System to replace school exams in England 'will be fair to every student'


Education secretary Gavin Williamson says no algorithm will be used in deciding grades

Gavin Williamson has promised that a system for teachers to decide exam grades in England this year will be “fair to every student”, but faced challenges from Labour over delays in announcing the plan and how assessments could be made consistent.

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The education secretary also faced opposition concern over how schools in England will fully reopen from 8 March, with Kate Green, the shadow education secretary, saying he had not presented a “credible plan” for this to work.

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