Required Readings – A-Levels Edition! – 15 August 2013
Hairy legs and armpits! A-Levels! Dawn Foster! Accreditation drama! Good morning, teachers and learners. Your required readings are below. I’ve gathered everything you need to know about the drama that is A-levels.
Can you afford University? – The BBC talks with students here, including those who recall the hairy legs and armpits.
Poor kids, caps and gowns – Dawn Foster on inequality. No Oxford comma from Dawn! Way to stick it to ’em!
A-Level Results 2013: Dip in top grades – “Wahh! But my money said I could go to St. John’s!” The Guardian also comments on the top grade shortage, and submits this prattling advice to incoming undergrads.
Elite Uni heads dub A-level changes “high risk” – Isn’t everything “high risk” when first implemented?
Department of Education Warns Accreditor That Sanctioned City College of San Francisco – News on this continuing accreditation drama.
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