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Assessment reform in schools and colleges

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This session will draw upon findings from the 14-19 Centre Research Study 14-19 (CReST). This 5-year study is investigating the impact of key educational reforms for 14-19 year olds in England upon 52 schools and colleges, including special educational institutions. A significant aim of the study will be to influence educational policy formation and implementation in this phase of education. Initial findings from case studies of 18 out of the 52 institutions have formed the basis of the data to be presented. We will be looking at the factors affecting Principals’ decisions regarding the extent to which their centre will engage with the reforms. Additionally, we will be looking at students’ experiences in the education system and their reactions to the reforms.

This talk is part of the 5th Cambridge Assessment Conference: Challenges of assessment reform series.

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