Parents pressuring GCSE A Level results
It has come to pass, that Large numbers of teachers have been put under pressure from pupils and parents alter GCSE and A-level grades in the summer of 2021.
Despite strong warnings from Exam Boards! Here is a report from earlier in the year on sharp elbowed parents.
A Tes survey, asked more than 2,800 grading teacher.
one in four reported that parents had put pressure on to change the evidence going towards their Teacher and centre assessed GCSE and A-level grades. While a third reported pressure from students.
"We have had so many emails [from parents] threatening legal action, telling us that we don't know how to do our jobs, getting clarification of what we are doing 'for when they appeal if their kid doesn't get the grade they need'," a state school head of science marking GCSEs and A levels said.