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TEACHERS' CLASS GUIDE CUTS NATIONAL CURRICULUM RED TAPE

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Teachers will receive new guidance on cutting paper work for continuous assessment next week, reports the Guardian ...
Teachers will receive new guidance on cutting paper work for continuous assessment next week, reports the Guardian (p6).

Sir Ron Dearing, who heads the review of the national curriculum and its testing arrangements said teachers need not record all their judgements on pupils.

He also promises further consultation on three main issues: the 10- level scale against which pupils' progress is measured between the ages of five and 16; the range of subjects followed between 14 and 16; and the speed at which the compulsory curriculum is cut back, the Guardian reports.
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