Leadership

Malpractice In GCSE And A Level Examinations

This report, published on behalf of the regulators in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, presents data on malpractice in GCSE and GCE examinations during the June 2009 examination series. It shows that 4,400 pupils were caught attempting to cheat in last year's GCSEs and A-levels - a 6 per cent rise on the year before. The most common offence was bringing banned items into exam rooms - including mobiles, MP3s and calculators. Leadership Briefing Issue 4.10 (46)

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