Teachers face an “almost impossible task” in fairly awarding A-level and GCSE grades in place of exams during the pandemic.
University administrators were scrambling to understand how the new policies would affect plans they have already drawn up, with some students and staff having arrived on campus this week, and lectures started at some institutions.
Combatting the spread of the virus
- Some tuition in certain subjects can be conducted outside
- The new policies would affect plans they have already drawn up
- More students from all geographic regions
The survey of students found that even after adjusting for previous results and social background, those from graduate households were 15% more likely to get a better grade from their teachers than from the process using an algorithm created by Ofqual.
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Institutions must “have the right plans in place to control and manage any local outbreaks.
One student claimed they made a serious complaint to Bartlett about a unit brief, which was published last year, that they had seen in text and video format. The video, which the student said caused hurt to many black and minority ethnic alumni, has since been removed by the university.