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MATHS ERRORS BY EXAM BOARD MEAN SCHOOL TESTS DON'T ADD UP

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The chief education officer of Hampshire CC says that counting mistakes by the government could have distorted the ...
The chief education officer of Hampshire CC says that counting mistakes by the government could have distorted the results of tests for 11-year-olds by as much as 2% reports The Guardian (p1).

Peter Coles says that the GCE examination board - given the task of collating the results by former education secretary John Patten because he did not trust councils - double counted tens of thousands of children who did not reach the standard.
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