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Questions remain unanswered over the decision to use National Reference Tests to guide GCSE grade-setting and end ‘grade inflation’. Ian Toone explains
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SecEd 463: Thursday, December 1

SecEd 463: Thursday, December 1

The final edition of SecEd for the autumn term published on Thursday, December 1. The next edition of SecEd is due out on Thursday, January 5. For more information, email editor@sec-ed.co.uk and to register for our free weekly ebulletin offering best practice, news and commentary, go to www.sec-ed.co.uk/register

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