Exams: A pretty pass - The Economist

Exams: A pretty pass

Exams: A pretty pass - The Economist
Exams: A pretty pass
Published Aug 28, 2004
519 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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Test results are improving. But too slowly AFTER four years of no progress, literacy and numeracy among 11-year-olds have started improving again. Not by very much, and the significance is dubious. But at least the government can claim...

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