Exams board AQA have warned of at least one scam in which individuals target schools to glean access to unseen test papers
Pupils were reportedly asked to define an ‘independent company’, prompting a stream of complaints
One in five GCSE and A-level specifications are still awaiting sign-off from exams regulators, furthering teachers' concerns that time is running out for preparations
Only half feel 'suitably informed' about how A-levels can affect the choice of university or course
Despite parents and teachers showing reservations over changes, Ofqual insists GCSEs and A-levels 'continue to be trusted'
Exam results for England’s secondary schools revealed that 312 schools had fewer than 40 per cent of pupils achieving five good GCSE passes
CentreForum argues that more must be done to narrow the 'disadvantage gap'
The Muslim fasting season has been gradually moving into the summer exams season in England in recent years
Association of School and College Leaders says the tables should 'come with a health warning' because they may give parents an 'inaccurate and incomplete picture'
Simon Lebus says the Government proposal 'could lead to greater political involvement' in education
Triumph for arts subjects as Education Secretary admits to botching reform