Parliament’s education committee is to grill Education Secretary Michael Gove and Ofqual chief Glenys Stacey next Wednesday over this summer’s GCSE English grading crisis.
Committee chairman Graham Stuart said: “We are also keen to hear from headteachers on this important topic before we take evidence from the secretary of state on Wednesday September 12.”
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