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2017 report on 'cheating' primary schools.

2017 report on 'cheating' primary schools.

The term 'maladministration' refers to any act that could jeopardise the integrity, security or confidentiality of the national curriculum assessments and could lead to results that do not reflect the unaided abilities and achievements of pupils. This could refer to a range of actions, including test papers being incorrectly opened, pupils cheating, over-aiding of pupils by test administrators, changes being made to a pupil’s test script by someone other than the pupil or inflation/deflation of teacher assessment (TA) judgements.

Read the report.


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