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.Less than two weeks after the pilot mathematics and science tests, the Maila#39;s education correspondent, under the ... of the agency it had appointed only a few months earlier to developed the Key Stage 3 examinations in that subject. Already, before the exercise had gone beyond a pilot in a 2 per cent sample of schools, the Council was looking for its fourth ... SEAC was also beginning to look ahead to the spring of 1993 when it was anticipated that development work in the last of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||National Curriculum Assessment|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2004-06-01|