Creative Teaching & Learning

Measuring progress imaginatively could start a revolution

The last act of the former Education Secretary – to remove the national curriculum levels from the assessment regime – was a bit like throwing the proverbial spanner in the works and then walking out of the factory door. As with all Govian reforms, the thinking behind it was a little unclear. There was no consultation, no strategic context, no positive rationale.

Creative Teaching and Learning, vol 5.1

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