Wed 14 August 2013, The Daily Telegraph

Purge on A-levels revives 'gold standard' as one-in-four papers given top grades

By Graeme Paton
Just over a quarter of A-levels will be marked at least an A as a crackdown on "relentless grade inflation" drives down national results for the second year running. Related Stories Examiners criticise 'misguided schools' over GCSE ploy School leavers 'lacking basic skills', say business leaders Private schools 'preparing to...
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