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https://www.suttontrust.com/news-opi...s-over-grades/

"According to polling of 3,221 teachers by Teacher Tapp, 23 per cent of teachers at private schools and 17 per cent at state schools in affluent areas say that parents had approached or pressured them over their child’s exam grades this year. The same was true of just 11 per cent of teachers at state schools in poorer areas."
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(Original post by Muttley79)
https://www.suttontrust.com/news-opi...s-over-grades/

"According to polling of 3,221 teachers by Teacher Tapp, 23 per cent of teachers at private schools and 17 per cent at state schools in affluent areas say that parents had approached or pressured them over their child’s exam grades this year. The same was true of just 11 per cent of teachers at state schools in poorer areas."
Thanks for the link, Muttley. I’m not surprised this happened.
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Thank you for sharing this.

The level of malpractice that seems to have gone on is really a national scandal.
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