by The Telegraph

In an announcement that triggered accusations of an educational apartheid between the two countries, it was revealed that the main Welsh exam board had been ordered to shift grade boundaries following claims pupils had been deliberately marked down.

The move is likely to lead to more than a thousand teenagers being given better marks in GCSE English.

It will also pile further pressure on Ofqual, England’s qualification regulator, which has refused to sanction a similar move for tens of thousands of pupils on the other side of the border after ruling that examiners “acted properly”


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