Sun 26 August 2012, The Independent

Watchdog acts after furore on GCSE pass-rate

By Richard Garner
The exams watchdog announced yesterday it would investigate the furore over GCSE English grade boundaries after it emerged up to 10,000 teenagers could have lost out on sixth-form and college places as a result of the last-minute changes. Related Stories Gove doesn't want to bring back O-levels Anger at GCSE...
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