Blogs

30Jun
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30 October 2015 Tackling boys? underachievement by teaching them differently to girls is ?absolutely wrong?, the chair of the review of the National Curriculum in England has said. Tim Oates CBE said that attending to different styles of learning was misguided because the

21Sep
Building expertise in assessment

Publicado en October 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

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14 October 2015 A ground breaking course for leaders in educational assessment was held recently in Cambridge. The?Leadership in National Assessment course welcomed 14 leaders from countries as diverse as the Bahamas, Indonesia, Swaziland and Portugal, who found they had far

20Aug
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05May
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05 November 2015 Research by Cambridge Assessment ? a department of the University of Cambridge ? today confirms that state school pupils are likely to do better at university than independent school pupils with similar A Level results. Researchers Carmen Vidal Rodeiro and Na

04Apr
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04 November 2015 Amid renewed calls from outgoing CBI Director General, John Cridland, for the abolition of GCSEs Paul Steer, OCR's Head of Policy, delivered this well-received evidence-based defense of the qualification's place in the high stakes testing system at Policy UK.