"Keep working as much as you can from home." This is the advice given by the spokesperson for the government of Madrid to Spanish high school students. The deadline for organizing the Selectividad exams, which allows young people to enter university, has been extended by a month. For its part, the United Kingdom has chosen continuous assessment to replace the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE), which marks the end of secondary education and the results of which serve as a selection criterion in universities.
Despite these urgent decisions, the uncertainty has not been fully resolved. In Spain, seven regions have not yet decided on new dates for the Selectividad, for fear that the development of the health crisis will force them to push them again. Teachers in the UK are still wondering how to translate the multiple marks obtained during the year into a single mark ranging from 1 to 9, which corresponds
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