Last updated on 2017-10-01T09:06+0300.
About this image
Extracted quotes from
|Key Titles and Phrases||Count||Lang||Last Seen|
|secretary for education||7.21%||EN||11/20/201720/11/2017|
|education cabinet secretary||0.31%||EN||08/24/201724/08/2017|
|current education secretary||0.16%||EN||12/18/201618/12/2016|
|liberal democrat cabinet secretary||0.63%||EN||09/12/201612/09/2016|
|new education secretary||0.47%||EN||08/20/201620/08/2016|
|democrat education secretary||0.16%||EN||06/05/201605/06/2016|
|British Broadcasting Corporation||1.31%|
|World Health Organization||1.10%|
|Owen John Thomas||0.0091|
Select your languages
Extracted quotes about
Kirsty Williams said ( about Kirsty Williams ) : "The virus is putting our health service under significant and sustained pressure and it is important we all make a contribution to reduce its transmission. “I can therefore confirm that a move to online learning should be implemented for secondary school pupils and college students from Monday next week. Ms Williams that children should be at home and stressed this is "
thesun Thursday, December 10, 2020 8:24:00 PM EAT
Gavin Williamson said ( about Kirsty Williams ) : "Youngsters will be told whichever is their highest - whether it is that centre-assessed grade or whether that is the moderated standardised grade that has been provided by Ofqual. Education Minister Kirsty Williams also confirms GCSEs in Wales will now be awarded on basis of teacher assessments. How do the grades work. GCSEs are graded on a scale of 1-9, with one being the lowest and 9 being the highest. There are no specific grade boundaries this year as pupils are not receiving marks for individual papers. How can pupils unhappy with their grades appeal them? Normally students would be able to appeal their results, but this does not appear to be possible this year. Ofqual has said in guidance that moderated grades will not be subject to appeals by students. According to Ofqual guidance: “On balance, we decided it would not be in the interests of students or the fairness of the arrangements overall. "
themirror Wednesday, August 19, 2020 5:11:00 PM EAT
The selection and placement of stories are determined automatically by a computer program.
This site is supplied by the Situation Room of the Continental Early Warning System (CEWS) of the Peace and Security Department of the African Union Commission. The project is supported by the Joint Research Centre of the EU Commission
Please send any comments or suggestions to
The information on this site is subject to adisclaimer.