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Summer 2020 outcomes did not systemically disadvantage students

@Ofqual say GCSE, A level and VTQ students were not systemically disadvantaged on the basis of particular protected characteristics or socioeconomic status.

Working hard to safeguard sufficient validity in assessments but also keeping at heart the student perspective

Dame Glenys Stacey @Ofqual's speech to the Association of Colleges' (@Aoc_info) Further Education Summit, 18 November 2020:

Letter from Glenys Stacey to Gavin Willamson

@Ofqual's Chief Regulator responds to the Secretary of State's letter of 12 October 2020.

Ofqual welcomes today’s announcement that GCSE, AS and A level exams will go ahead in England next summer

@Ofqual will continue to work closely with exam boards, unions and other stakeholders on contingencies for all possible scenarios.

AoC, AELP, HOLEX, FAB, JCQ and Ofqual convene a working group to streamline centre-facing communications

Joint statement from @AoC_info, @AELPUK, @HOLEXPolicy, @AwardingBodies, @JCQcic, and @Ofqual on #VTQs  Ofqual has jointly released a statement with several organisations involved in assessments, committing to work together and streamline communications:

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