Minister's GCSE papers re-grading demand
EDUCATION minister Leighton Andrews has called on examination provider WJEC to re-grade this year's English Language GCSE papers.
The Welsh Government Minister for Education and Skills instructed officials to undertake an urgent investigation after concerns about this year's GCSE English Language results and the regulatory and awarding decisions which determined them.
The report of that review was published yesterday and recommended WJEC should be requested to regrade this year's English Language GCSEs.
Mr Andrews said: "After careful consideration the report leads me to believe that the apparent injustice which has been served to hundreds of Welsh learners needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency."
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The Minister also said the November re-sit opportunities already announced by qualifications regulator Ofqual should also be available to candidates from Wales.