A-level grade inflation ‘could destabilise admissions again’

From Times Higher Education: “Admissions officers have warned that the likely grade inflation from allowing A-level results to be determined through teacher assessment could destabilise UK university admissions for a second year in a row. Education secretary Gavin Williamson announced that teachers in England will submit grades, based on a range of factors including mock exams, to exam boards and that no standardisation algorithm will be applied, after earlier announcing that A-level exams would be scrapped because of the pandemic.
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