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Wales government says there will be no GCSEs or A-levels next summer

Education minister says teacher-managed assessments will replace exams in 2021

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There will be no end of year exams for GCSE, A-level and AS-level students in Wales next summer, the Welsh government has said.

The education minister, Kirsty Williams, said that in place of exams the government would work with schools and colleges to carry out teacher-managed assessments.

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