The UK exam board has said exams could be rejigged this summer to take into account Ramadan, because Muslims will be fasting during daylight hours.
According to The Telegraph, “tests could be taken earlier in the day, when Muslim students are the least hungry, or even before the start of the exams season, before the holy month begins in early June - or set at a time to lessen the effect on Muslim students.”
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Children's commissioner Anne Longfield, said talks were being held around "delaying the exam timetable" to lessen the impact on taking tests for Muslim students.
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Not everyone is on board with the idea.
Dailywire reports that Colin Hart, director the UK’s Christian Institute said “It is wrong to impose a Ramadan time table on pupils who are not Muslims. We don’t live in Saudi Arabia where they need to fit the exams around sharia principles.”
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