A-level 'fiasco': U-turn 'too late' for care-experienced teens to secure university places


Care-experienced young people "may be forced to give up on university completely" due to chaos surrounding A-level results despite a government U-turn on teacher-assessed grades, charities have warned.

Care experienced children may not have the support to appeal results, experts have said. Picture: Adobe Stock
Care experienced children may not have the support to appeal results, experts have said. Picture: Adobe Stock

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