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The reliability of the statutory end of Key Stage 2 assessments and their use in England.

Merrell, C. (2009) 'The reliability of the statutory end of Key Stage 2 assessments and their use in England.', Education review., 22 (1). pp. 69-74.

Abstract

Great importance is placed on the results of England's end of Key Stage 2 statutory assessments. They are used to monitor the progress of individual pupils, to judge the effectiveness of teachers, schools, and local authorities, and, at a national level, to monitor the standard of education over time. This article discusses the reliability of these assessments and whether they are appropriate measures for high-stakes use.

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Record Created:09 Dec 2009 14:50
Last Modified:19 Aug 2010 15:07

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