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Government defends exams record ahead of GSCE grades

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Government defends exams record ahead of GSCE grades

Government defends exams record ahead of GSCE grades

Schools Minister Nick Gibb has defended the Department for Education's handling of exam grades - disputing claims that pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds were disproportionately negatively affected by algorithmic grade adjustment.

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