Teachers, unions and councillors from the Calendar region have travelled to the Royal Courts of Justice for the start of the judicial review into GCSE marking in the summer. They are members of the "educational alliance" which has brought the case to court.
Among them, the deputy leader of Leeds City Council, Councllor Judith Blake, who says they are seeking justice for thousands of pupils who received lower grades than they should have.
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