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Did some Scottish schools cheat in exams.

Did some Scottish schools cheat in exams.

Education bosses have launched a probe amid claims pupils were tipped off about exam papers by ­teachers.

Staff from at least one ­secondary school have been investigated by the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA) over claims they told ­youngsters what to revise.

The teachers were employed by the SQA as appointees – a role that involves making sure exam questions reflect the classroom curriculum.

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