Following England's A Level results announcements, Paul Whiteman, general secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT, said: “The most important outcome for 2020 is that students get the results they deserve.
“There is an appeal system in place, and this is the key process by which any error or disadvantage can be quickly rectified. Schools and colleges must be able to utilise this to seek redress where they believe they should.
“The government must make sure that there is no financial barrier to a school or college making an appeal. In the interests of fairness, and to help students, in this unprecedented situation, it is imperative that schools and colleges do not face additional costs when making appeals, or when making entries to the autumn exam series.”
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