Geography teachers' concern over Higher exam
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Scottish geography teachers' concern over Higher exam

Some geography teachers have been criticising the Scottish Qualifications Authority over this year's Higher exam.

A survey sent by the Scottish Association of Geography Teachers found that more than half described as "poor, shocking or terrible", concerns about the marking, and less emphasis on physical aspects of the subject.

The SQA has said the exam was of the correct standard.

Representatives of the organisation will be questioned by MSPs in the Scottish Parliament on a range of issues.

BBC Scotland's education correspondent Jamie McIvor reports.

  • 22 Nov 2016