Wed 28 November 2012, The Independent

Sharp rise in number of GCSE and A-level papers wrongly marked fuels concerns over standards

By Richard Garner
A dramatic rise in the number of GCSE and A-level papers wrongly marked by examiners this summer is revealed in figures released today. Related Stories Ten new universities to be created in single biggest UK expansion for decades 'Not good enough - must do better': Chief schools inspector says secondary...
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