Ofqual accountability session: Education Committee to question Chief Regulator and Chair – Tuesday March 12 at 10am

The Education Committee is to question the Chief Regulator and Chair of the exams and qualifications regulator, Ofqual.

Sally Collier and Roger Taylor are appearing before MPs in the latest of a series of accountability hearings with figures accountable to Parliament.

Topics are likely to include Ofqual’s role in regulating apprenticeship qualifications and involvement in the development of T levels. The Committee could also ask about BTECs, reforms to the grading of GCSEs and the regulation of IGCSEs.

Ofqual is responsible for regulating and maintaining public confidence in qualifications, examination and assessments in England.

Witness schedule

Tuesday 12 March at 10am, Committee Room 15

  • Sally Collier, Chief Regulator, Ofqual
  • Roger Taylor, Chair, Ofqual

The meeting will be broadcast live on Parliament TV.

Committee Membership: Rt Hon Robert Halfon MP (Con, Harlow), Lucy Allan MP (Con, Telford), Ben Bradley MP (Con, Mansfield), Marion Fellows MP (SNP, Motherwell and Wishaw), James Frith MP (Lab, Bury North), Emma Hardy MP (Lab, Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle), Trudy Harrison MP (Con, Copeland), Ian Mearns MP (Lab, Gateshead), Lucy Powell MP (Lab Co-op, Manchester Central), Thelma Walker MP (Lab, Colne Valley), William Wragg MP (Con, Hazel Grove)

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