SAT's and Teacher Assessment Could Try Harder

News / August 3, 2010

The coincidence of today’s publication of SAT’s results along with the teacher assessment has been said will create confusion with too much information being released at once.

Critics are accusing the Department for eduction (DfE) of reasoning an overload of information that could confuse. Frankly if  my child was at a failing school I would prefer to quickly identity  if my child’s performance was an indication their endeavours or how much it may have been influenced by poor teaching standards.

It may be a little late to correct the SAT’s results, but at least I would have  potential answers on the overall educational standards  to, hopefully, allow me to make adjustment before next  term. Confusing maybe, but the potential answers are all there. The the coincidence of the two pieces of information should be very useful.

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