Exams 2021: Parents fear children will fall short of deserved grades and half want exams cancelled

  The Courier 

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Parents of pupils studying for Highers and Advanced Highers want the exams cancelled, fearing their children won’t get the grades they deserve. ▶ Full story on thecourier.co.uk
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