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Scotland's exam body promises living wage after £6 hourly rate revealed

Published on Thursday 16th of March 2017 02:59:31 PM in Guardian

Scotland’s examinations agency has promised it will now pay thousands of exam invigilators the living wage after repeated criticisms of its allegedly lax payments policy.The Scottish Qualifications Authority, which runs the country’s state school exam system, has been under intense pressure after invigilators accused it of ...

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