The number of secondary schools deemed to be “failing” has nearly doubled in a year as a result of the government shifting the benchmark for schools that are underachieving , even as results
Brian Lightman, general secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, said a number of schools had only failed to reach the target as a result of last year’s GCSE English grading fiasco,
Teachers in some of England’s secondary schools were guilty of “significantly” over-marking pupils’ GCSE English work this summer in order to boost results.
In a new report into
During the academic year, grades were changed halfway throw which annoyed lots of students because they haven’t got a grade they were expecting. Lots of schools and colleges are upset about this decision