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Inquiry launched on Friday 24 November 2017. Oral evidence session held on Tuesday 28 November 2017.
The session examined the general issue of exam integrity and a chance for members to ask about the review of exam setting processes, which was launched by Ofqual in August.
The review is examining the rules regarding teachers taking part in setting papers and the safeguards in place to prevent the disclosure of confidential information.
Evidence given by Barnaby Lenon, Chair, Independent Schools Council, Simon Henderson, Headmaster, Eton College, Michael O'Sullivan, Chief Executive, Cambridge Assessment International EducationMichael Turner, Director General, Joint Council for Qualifications, Professor Jo-Anne Baird, Director of the Department of Education, Oxford University, Dr Michelle Meadows, Executive Director for Strategy, Risk and Research, Ofqual
Education Committee questions Ofqual and independent and state sectors