Education News Round-Up July 17th

AS-level results ‘more variable’ this year, schools warned
Schools and colleges are being warned to expect “more variation” in AS-level results in England this year, the first since they were split from A-levels.
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A-level and GCSE questions to be ‘crowdsourced’ from teachers
Cambridge Assessment, which owns the OCR exam board, will ask teachers to suggest their own questions to be considered in national exam papers
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Only 38 per cent of the public back new grammar schools, YouGov poll reveals
But two-thirds of people in England would send their child to a grammar school, the survey has found
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Fair advice call for A-level results
TA social mobility charity is sending volunteers to help provide advice to state school pupils receiving their A-level results this week.
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