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Saturday, August 15, 2020
Analysis & Comment
Could England and Wales follow Scotland’s exam grades U-turn?
‘Only a zealot would oppose’: should the UK nationalise struggling private schools?
England to drop class ‘bubbles’ and pupil caps from September
Campaign doesn’t end with Rhodes statue, says Oxford group
‘It’s all I talk about’: crunch time for sixth-formers to decide on university places
Headteachers berate non-stop guidance changes for England’s schools
Call to relax exam grade boundaries in England amid coronavirus crisis
UK universities plan to create ‘social bubbles’ when campuses reopen
Britain’s teacher heroes: the legends of lockdown lessons
‘Rushed and premature’: parents reveal fears over schools reopening amid Covid-19 crisis