• Ofqual accused of 'scapegoating' heads' union over deflated grades fall-out

    Ofqual has been accused of trying to “scapegoat” a headteachers’ union amid the fall-out over deflated grades. The regulator has been facing challenges to offer an appeal route for schools that followed advice to mark down their own teacher grades in line with historical results. Geoff Barton, general secretary of the Association of School and

    15.42 Sep. 15th, 2020 | News

  • Schools that deflated own grades can't appeal, says Ofqual

    Schools that followed advice to mark down their own teacher grades will not be allowed to appeal because they did not make an error, Ofqual has said. The regulator has confirmed today that schools “cannot raise concerns about its CAGs on the basis that another institution took a different approach, that different teachers could have come

    16.52 Aug. 26th, 2020 | News