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Duel: Should internet use be allowed in exams?

An inevitability or a disaster? Our panellists battle it out

Christine Blower (YES, left) and Rachel Wolf (NO, right). © The Sunday Times/News Syndication

Should internet use be allowed in exams?

In April, Mark Dawe, Chief Executive of the OCR exam board, said it is inevitable that schoolchildren will eventually be allowed to use the internet during tests, including GCSEs and A-Levels—but critics say it would reduce standards

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Christine Blower—General Secretary of the National Union of…

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