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Ofqual’s response to the second stage consultation for DfE’s review of post-16 qualifications at level 3 in England.
1. Overview We support the government’s intention to increase confidence…
Teachers to determine grades using a range of evidence that reflects students’ hard work and ability
Simon Lebus, Chief Regulator responds to Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE MP, Secretary of State for Education regarding assessment options for qualifications in 2021.
Dear Secretary of State, I am writing in response to your letter…
Four end-point assessment organisations share their experience of gaining Ofqual recognition.
Simon Lebus, Interim Chief Regulator, responds to the Prime Minister's announcement of 4 January.
Simon Lebus appointed interim Chief Regulator of Ofqual, replacing Dame Glenys Stacey
Ofqual’s Acting Chief Regulator writes about vocational and technical qualifications in letter to education sector bodies.
Roger Taylor to step down at the end of the year
An Ofqual review has found IT provision, security and staffing issues are some of the barriers to the adoption of online and on-screen assessments in England.
Extra support for GCSE, AS and A level 2021 exams – consultation on principles for exam topic advance information and support materials.
Glenys Stacey’s speech to the Inside Government Apprenticeship Conference on 3 December 2020 about our EQA of Apprenticeship end-point assessments.
Ofqual publishes computer code developed to support GCSE, AS and A level awarding of calculated grades in summer 2020.
How Ofqual will set standards for exams and assessments to be fair to students.
Ofqual research differentiates between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ predictability in the context of 2021
Ofqual's Chief Regulator responds to The Secretary of State for Education about the package of measures for GCSE, AS and A level qualifications in 2021.
GCSE, A level and VTQ students were not systemically disadvantaged on the basis of particular protected characteristics or socioeconomic status.
The Sawtooth Effect examines the patterns seen in student exam performance when assessments are reformed.
Dame Glenys Stacey's speech to the Association of Colleges' Further Education Summit, 18 November 2020.
Ofqual's Chief Regulator writes to the Secretary of State about the flexibility of approaches for assessing vocational & technical qualifications.
Data on A level and GCSE comparative outcomes, centre variability and results across England can now be viewed in series of interactive visualisations.
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