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  • News Review - 16 August 2017

    News Review - 16 August 2017

    A survey conducted by the Sutton Trust suggests that the number of 11 to 16 year-olds planning to go to university has dropped from 81% in 2013 to 74% this year, according to a BBC report.

    16 Aug 2017 9:56am

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    The Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors was set up in the 2000s to support those involved in educational assessment, promote excellence in educational assessment and to provide a vehicle for communication within the sector.

    09 Aug 2017 10:49am

  • News Review - 09 August 2017

    News Review - 09 August 2017

    The poorest children in England are falling behind their peers more significantly than a decade ago, reports the BBC.

    09 Aug 2017 9:46am

  • News review – 24 July 2017

    News review – 24 July 2017

    The Independent reports that concerns are being raised about the increasing numbers of students being expelled from schools across the country.

    24 Jul 2017 1:55pm

  • News Review - 17 July 2017

    News Review - 17 July 2017

    The Independent reports that the government is to spend £10 million on recruiting and training teachers from abroad in subjects such as maths, physics and languages.

    17 Jul 2017 11:55am

  • News Review – 11 July 2017

    News Review – 11 July 2017

    The BBC reports that results of the second year of the revised, tougher reading, writing and mathematics Sats tests taken by 11 year-olds indicate that 61% of students reached the expected level.

    17 Jul 2017 11:18am

  • News Review 06 July 2017

    News Review 06 July 2017

    The BBC report that following leaks of two Edexcel A-level exams last week, Rod Bristow, Chief Executive of Edexcel has expressed “profound regret” over the incidents.

    06 Jul 2017 1:21pm

  • News Review - 21 June 2017

    News Review - 21 June 2017

    More than 4,000 schools will send a letter to parents warning about the funding crisis in schools, reports the BBC.

    21 Jun 2017 11:54am

  • News Review – 13 June 2017

    News Review – 13 June 2017

    Following the General Election last Thursday, The Independent is reporting on the policies relating to education that may be set to change.

    13 Jun 2017 10:45am

  • News Review - 05 June 2017

    News Review - 05 June 2017

    The Independent reports that the NUT are commenting on the drastic measures schools are implementing to try to overcome budget cuts which are affecting schools nationally.

    05 Jun 2017 2:07pm

  • Invitation to members - Trustee nominations 2017

    Invitation to members - Trustee nominations 2017

    A number of CIEA Trustees are coming to the end of their term and we are seeking three new elected Trustees.

    31 May 2017 9:32am

  • News Review - 30 May 2017

    News Review - 30 May 2017

    The BBC reports that the exam board OCR has admitted an error in an English Literature GCSE exam which was taken by over 14,000 students last week.

    30 May 2017 2:06pm

  • News Review -  22 May 2017

    News Review - 22 May 2017

    The TES reports findings which bring into question the moderation of this year’s KS2 teacher assessed writing.

    22 May 2017 2:27pm

  • News Review - 16 May 2017

    News Review - 16 May 2017

    The BBC reports that concerns were raised by the Department for Education last week following a number of tweets revealing questions from the national tests being taken by primary pupils in England.

    16 May 2017 12:35pm

  • News Review - 8 May 2017

    News Review - 8 May 2017

    The BBC report that the Welsh Government has unveiled plans to move their traditional paper-based annual reading and numeracy tests for 6 to 14 year olds to an online version.

    08 May 2017 10:32am

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