School leaders concerned 'trust in the fairness of exams process will falter'
Study claims teaching reading in England has been 'less successful' under new approach
Leaders demand 'urgent review' after study finds poorer disadvantaged pupils' outcomes are becoming harder to measure
New DfE team shelves policies drawn up by former education secretary Gavin Williamson
Robin Walker ‘not sure’ that more exams are the answer to progress issues
Report looks at how schools coped with the impact of Covid in 2020-21
Up to 2,500 secondary school students from between 60 and 100 schools will trial online GCSEs
56 people with links to England's schools have been recognised
Just 195 of 5.7 million GCSE and A-level teacher assessed grades (TAGS) were changed after being reviewed by exam...