While many worried the coronavirus pandemic would harm education, few envisaged the scandal that is unfolding surrounding A-level results, and possibly upcoming GCSE (secondary school) results, in the UK. In the UK A-level (used to gain entry to the country’s universities) examinations were cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, and the government exam regulator, Ofqual, devised a result-calculating algorithm to determine grades. Based on teachers predicted grades students grades were plotted against a statistic model of previous averages obtained by the school or institution to estimate for every individual student. However this algorithm produced what many see as flawed calculations, gaining a massive amount of criticism with some receiving, what they feel to be, unfair grades that do not accurately reflect their ability. What do you think of the unfolding UK grading crisis? What can and should be done?