Monday was hectic in Westminster as ministers confirmed that A-levels would go ahead in 2021
Yesterday was a busy day in parliament for the government’s education team. There was a statement from Gavin Williamson confirming a short delay to next year’s A-level and GCSE examinations, with the education secretary also facing a series of topical questions on issues including Scottish tuition fees and the future of the Office for Students.
Meanwhile, universities minister Michelle Donelan was in the Commons chamber fielding questions about online learning, the provision of teaching and student services during the pandemic, and university science, technology, engineering and maths education. These debates are available here.