Pupils and parents will be concerned by the uncertainty thatMichael Gove has created around GCSEs. Having first talked down their value andthen failed in his attempt to scrap them, the Education Secretary is havinganother go at setting out his plans.
We need changes to assessments in schools that willstrengthen rigour and reflect the best ways of testing skills and knowledge.
Michael Gove has had plenty of chances to bring forwardevidence-informed policies but I fear he has not learnt from past mistakes. Hekeeps failing because he hasn't got a thought through plan to improve exams
On his third attempt, Michael Gove has unveiled plans to shake-up the current exam process for assessing 16 year olds in England.
As the government outlines changes to the GCSE system, we take a look at current maths exam papers. How well did you do?
As the government outlines changes to the GCSE system, we take a look at current maths exam papers. How well would you do?