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Professor Ian Donald 3.5% Sep 1
When ⁦⁩ said he found out about the problem with the weekend after they were published he was lying. Is that why he hasn’t been sacked ⁦⁩ ? Everyone knew he was lying, but this confirms it.
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Steve Jones 🇪🇺 Aug 26
It takes Johnson more than a week to tweet about this, an event of moderate-to-major global significance. Similarly more than a week to comment on , a major national crisis. And about 3 hours to comment on song lyrics. Do. Your. Goddamn. Job. You. Jackass.
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Daisy Cooper MP 🔶 Sep 1
The Govt needs to come clean about what it knew, and when. The scandal is not going away...
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🐟carol hedges Aug 25
Oi do the *decent* thing ~ take your effing whip and your stupid mug and RESIGN! This is YOUR fiasco, mate Own your sh*t! BBC News - Ofqual chief steps down after exams fiasco
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James Appiah Aug 29
I’m officially an incoming Cambridge student. After the A-Level fiasco my place to study HSPS at has been confirmed. Check out my post below for some of things I got up to during lockdown. Soli Deo gloria!
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Anti-Tribalism Movt Aug 25
🧑🏾‍🎓👩🏾‍🎓It has been almost two weeks since the controversy. Read our new blog post discussing the problematic algorithm and how it harshly impacted many of ATM's young people.
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Daisy Cooper MP 🔶 Sep 3
“The A level scandal caused untold distress and anguish for too many young people. After shamelessly hanging officials out to dry, the Education Secretary must come clean about what he knew, and when." My comments on scandal in 👇
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Open Britain Thame #FBPE Aug 30
Boris Johnson faces Tory wrath as party slumps in shock poll ⁦⁩ - are you still supporting the algorithm education policy, or are you furious with the Government?
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Harvard Data Science Review Sep 2
Using his HDSR article “Tackling COVID-19 through Responsible AI Innovation" as the framework, David Leslie discusses and the UK in this excellent piece published by
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John Williams Aug 25
To students and families affected by the fiasco and the media silence, you will be pleased to hear that that he is no longer hiding in a fridge and is holding forth on whether people should or should not sing a song. Odd priorities.😒🙄
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TheSociologyShow Sep 3
New podcast! 15 inspirational and influential films to watch for . Download here -
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MLal Sep 18
Pl help out the kids who are still affected after the U-turn. Ofqual/DfE not allowing individual appeals and schools/boards not listening. Can we bring a class action case. Pl listen!
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Chi Onwurah Sep 7
Asked Education SoS to confirm do not mutate, are not biology or astrology but tools which do what they are told to do & need a robust regulatory framework. To my surprise he agreed- so why don't we have one & why did students have to suffer so much?
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Voice of Islam Radio Aug 28
The recent debacle has shown that education & therefore social mobility is still heavily influenced by social class and wealth. LIVE from 4-6pm we discuss the importance of education & social equality in Islam and how this can be put into practice.
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Jenny Andrew 🏴‍☠️ Aug 27
That we’re even talking about the fiasco as a tech issue, and allowing/encouraging the government to do so, makes us look like mediaeval peasants in superstitious awe of the written word... this was a system of rules set by exam moderators, not even the programmers
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Paul Duerinckx Aug 25
Taking a bullet for who, let’s be honest, should never have been in a position he could be sacked from in the first place. Maybe she also got things wrong but this is bullshit - the government is responsible.
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Bradford Green Party Sep 1
has to go ❌ Oversaw the fiasco ❌ Used an that affected disadvantaged young people the most ❌ ... and now we find out he knew all along How was he able to get away with this for so long?
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Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP Aug 26
Throughout the crisis, young people have been on the sharp end of some terrible Tory policies The Government must reverse their irresponsible plans to force to scrap free travel for Under-18s
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Luke Brooks Aug 18
We have availability on most courses – check out what we have on offer and join us in September
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Mat el Bandana Sep 28
Nice to see that adults without A-levels will be able to get some free college, eh? Does that help with a massive lockdown spike in unemployment NOW? No. Does that make up for all the kids, now adults, who were let down in the 2020 scandal? No.
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