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Educational Research

Vol.51, n°2, juin 2009

Thème : National curriculum assessment in England: how well has it worked? Perspectives from the United Kingdom, Europe and beyond



* National curriculum assessment in England: how well has it worked? Perspectives from the UK, Europe and beyond, Chris Whetton
* A brief history of a testing time: national curriculum assessment in England 1989-2008, Chris Whetton
* Determining validity in national curriculum assessments, Gordon Stobart
* The reliability of results from national curriculum testing in England,
* Paul Newton
* The development and consequences of national curriculum assessment for primary education in England, Dominic Wyse, Harry Torrance
* Considering alternatives to national assessment arrangements in England: possibilities and opportunities, Sylvia Green, Tim Oates
* National curriculum assessment in Wales: adaptations and divergence, Richard Daugherty
* The English national curriculum assessment system: a commentary from Northern Ireland, Jannette Elwood
* National curriculum assessment in England - a Swedish perspective, Christina Wikstrom
* The English national curriculum assessment system: a commentary from Italy, Emma Nardi
* English national curriculum assessment: a commentary from the USA - or exhibiting kindness to the colonies, W. James Popham
* Investigation of the factors affecting the pre-test effect in national curriculum science assessment development in England, Katie Pyle, Emily Jones, Chris Williams, Jo Morrison
* Girl friendly? Investigating the gender gap in national reading tests at age 11, Liz Twist, Marian Sainsbury

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