GCSE blow after court decision

Tens of thousands of teenagers have reacted with disappointment to the news from the HIgh Court that their GCSE grades will not be reclassified. The case was brought after GCSE grade boundaries were changed at the last moment, last summer.

  1. Christine Alsford

High Court: No regrading for disputed GCSE papers

GCSE students whose exams last summer were marked on a harsher scale than the papers sat by their counterparts a few months earlier, have reacted with disappointment - after the High Court rejected calls for the papers to be remarked.

Our Social Affairs correspondent Christine Alsford has been following the story. The interviewees in her report are: Jo Landles - Vice Principal, Totton College; Caroline Santer - a teacher at The King's School; and Paul Johnson, Headteacher at The King's School.

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