GCSE results: latest news
Follow developments with our round-up of news on the GCSE results
GCSE results news
Ex-head of Ofqual wades in as expectation of legal action grows
More results will hinge on ‘luck of the draw’, academics predict
Michael Shaw’s guide to this week’s landmark change in secondary exams
Lawyers confident that judges would quash June GCSE marks
MPs believe there are too many unanswered questions and will take evidence from exam boards
Calls for chief regulator to resign after correspondence emerges that contradicts its report into scandal
Leaked letters leave Ofqual in exposed position after it becomes clear that its involvement amounted to much more than ‘advice and guidance’
Ofqual’s rules suggest it should have prevented GCSE grading changes
GCSE English results will stand
Students will be offered extra resit but heads’ leader renews threat of legal action
Ofqual flagged issue at heart of grading crisis three years ago
Solution to modular GCSE problem was not implemented
Latest analysis suggests many more have been hit than first thought
Fears that pupils from poor backgrounds and ethnic minorities unfairly hit by lower grades
School leaders claim grade boundaries manipulated to reduce number of C grades
Twenty-four years of continuous improvement ends
Brian Lightman warns against incremental, hasty changes to the National Curriculum.
Businesses: stop bashing schools and start collaborating with them, says Gerard Kelly
Read our GCSE webchat with TES reporter Williams Stewart and regular TES columnis Geoff Barton.
GCSE chat from teachers
Teachers debate what the latest results really mean.
The daily papers claim it is, but what do teachers really think?
Teachers debate the pros and cons of O levels v GCSEs.
Have your results inexplicably dropped this year?
Were you happy with your pupils’ results?
GCSE reform news and opinon
Rushing new ‘O levels’ will harm quality, exam boards caution
Pupils will be ranked nationally as part of the new O-level-style qualifications
It won’t be abolished but it will be ‘very, very short’, says Gove’s team
…but has Mr Gove really thought this through?