Parents at cheating public schools should ask for a refund

first_imgHe echoed calls from education experts for teachers to be barred from setting exams that their own students will sit after both Winchester and Eton College suspended staff accused of telling their pupils about questions which would be in the test.   Parents at the leading public schools caught up in a “cheating” scandal should ask for  their money back, the Chair of the Education Select Committee has said.   Students are “completely disadvantaged” by advance knowledge of the exams and therefore their families could consider demanding a refund of part of the up to £38,0000 a year fees, Robert Halfon MP told the Daily Telegraph.center_img Both schools were forced to nullify the exams in question and the…last_img