Complicated GCSE changes are a catastrophe in the making

Employers, universities, parents and pupils are likely to be bamboozled by exam changes, including end to grades A* to G

Forty-five years ago this week Britain switched currency in a matter of days. Banks closed at 3.30pm on Wednesday and reopened the following Monday stocked with quantities of new coins. Decimalisation was an enormous transition, with the potential to go catastrophically wrong, yet largely passed without problem.

In 2017, England’s exam system will undergo a similarly radical transformation. This one is unlikely to go smoothly. In fact, the signs of catastrophe are already there.

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Employers, universities, parents and pupils are likely to be bamboozled by exam changes, including end to grades A* to G

Forty-five years ago this week Britain switched currency in a matter of days. Banks closed at 3.30pm on Wednesday and reopened the following Monday stocked with quantities of new coins. Decimalisation was an enormous transition, with the potential to go catastrophically wrong, yet largely passed without problem.

In 2017, England’s exam system will undergo a similarly radical transformation. This one is unlikely to go smoothly. In fact, the signs of catastrophe are already there.

 

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