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Alex Line examines the impact of Coronavirus on examinations

A Level, GCSE and other exam results are currently being published but what effect has the pandemic had on results? Alex Line considers what is known about the recent policy decisions affecting students this summer, and analyses their potential impact from a legal perspective.

A Level results were published today, with GCSE results due to be published soon after on 20th August 2020. As has been widely reported, significant changes to the examination process have been implemented at short notice due to the impact of Coronavirus. Alex Line considers what is known about the recent policy decisions affecting students this summer, and analyses their potential impact from a legal perspective.

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About the Author

Alex has a broad range of experience in education law, covering areas including special educational needs, admissions and exclusions, safeguarding, civil and public law claims involving schools, colleges, universities and local authorities, internal appeals before university panels, complaints to the Office for the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education, internal hearings before school governing bodies, and fitness to practice issues affecting students and teaching staff.

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If you would like to discuss any of the issues covered in this article please contact Alex Line directly or via his practice management team; Graham Woods or Chris Rowe on +44 (0)20 7353 6381 who would be happy to have a discussion in the strictest of confidence.

 

Legal Blog & Publications, News, Education, Education 13 Aug, 2020

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