National Curriculum Assessment: A Review of Policy, 1987-1994

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Psychology Press, 1995 - Education - 202 pages
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The assessment of the National Curriculum has evolved from the first blueprint of the TGAT Report through a series of policy decisions and early experience of implementation. The pace of change, the complexity of the proposed assessment system and the political rhetoric associated with it have served to confuse and so obscure the trends in policy and practice. This book offers an account of that system and explains why it is now emerging in a substantially different form from that envisaged by its originators.
 

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Contents

Designing and Planning the System
13
From Standard Tasks to Written Tests
35
Teacher Assessment and Moderation
66
RecordKeeping Reporting and Publishing Results
95
National Assessment and the GCSE
121
The System Reviewed
142
Policies and PolicyMaking
174
References
195
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