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. . NAGA MUNCHETTY's clash with Gavin Williamson was not well received by the BBC Breakfast viewers. The presenter's interview technique was questioned and fans therefore demanded that she be "removed" from the news program.
Students are allowed to take study aids into some exam rooms and receive second changes to place their papers when they are forced to stay home due to the coronavirus
. . The government has announced that students taking GCSE and A-Level exams next year will be given more generous grades due to the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic.
. . It is to be hoped that the measures will compensate for the educational disruptions caused by the pandemic.
. . There will be more generous grading in next year's GCSEs and degrees in England to help these age groups.
. The exams are due to take place in England next year - but with additional measures to ensure that students are given "a fair grade that reflects their ability".
Dysfunctional students get more generous grades and topic previews, the government said
The government said the measures are intended to "increase fairness" to recognize the "unprecedented disruption" in student learning
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Labour supporter Adam Woodward, 23, who is starting teaching at Horizon Community College in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, tweeted: 'I am scared and so are the students.'
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