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GCSE regrade row

The Welsh Government was warned that regrading GCSE exams in English would 'seriously damage' the integrity of the qualification. The comments were made by the WJEC exam board in emails released by the Welsh Government.

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Minister to give update on GCSE situation in Wales.

The Welsh Education Minister, Leighton Andrews, will today update Assembly Members on the current GCSE situation in Wales.

Last week over 2,000 Welsh youngsters received a re-graded English language paper after the Minister decided that papers should be re-marked.

The decision caused a cross-border row after he came in for heavy critcism from Education Secretary, Michael Gove.

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