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.
Emails released by Welsh Government show that the exam board warned that a regrade of GCSE English papers would affect integrity
Education Minister Leighton Andrews has told AMs he stands by his decision to order a regrade for this year's English Language GCSEs
Following the decision by Westminister to replace the GCSEs in England, the Welsh Government says it won't rush into a decision here.