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Grading gaps in summer 2020 showed no signs of bias for disadvantaged students say Ofqual

@Ofqual has published 2 research reports that look at centre assessment grades.

Managing worries around results day – some strategies that might help

When we talk about worry around exams, we often focus on the exams themselves, or the process of revision and can forget that waiting to receive your results and results day itself can be just as worrying. This may be especially true while things are still different to ‘normal’.

Learning during the pandemic - Ofqual research series

A collection of 5 reports from @Ofqual studying aspects of learning during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2020 and 2021.

The value that Ofqual regulation can bring to the skills landscape

Simon Lebus spoke at the Inside Government Apprenticeship Conference about @Ofqual's role in vocational and technical qualification reform:

What students, teachers, parents and carers think and feel about assessments this year in the wake of the pandemic

@Ofqual has a statutory duty to promote public confidence in regulated qualifications, which means that we need to listen carefully to what people think and feel about them. Never has this obligation been more pressing than in the run up to summer 2021, following more than a year of disruption to teaching and learning.

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