A-level exams could possibly be pushed again by three weeks below new plans.
The training secretary is anticipated to announce adjustments subsequent week, in accordance with the Daily Telegraph.
Days later, a authorities U-turn meant college students might take their Centre Assessed Grades – instructor predictions of what pupils would have achieved in exams – if larger than calculated ones.
The return to high school final month was the primary time all college students had been allowed again within the classroom since March.
Mr Williamson advised the Education Select Committee there might be an announcement on this month over subsequent yr’s exams.
“We expect exams to take place next year and continue to work with Ofqual and the exam boards on our approach, recognising that students will have experienced considerable disruption to their education in the last academic year,” a Department for Education (DfE) spokesperson told The Independent.
“There are a range of measures proposed by Ofqual following a public consultation, including a possible short delay to the exam timetable and subject-specific changes to reduce pressure on teaching time.”
The spokesperson mentioned the division is working with college and school stakeholders, Ofqual and examination boards to verify “exams in 2021 are fair”.