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The Differentiation Process

In the days when progression through the education system was widely regarded as a series of obstacles, over which only a small minority of the population could be expected to jump, differentiation did not need to concern educators or assessors unduly. Now that we have education systems that aspire to cater for the vast majority of the population, assessments have to be conceptualised not as obstacles that signal the point where students will ‘drop out’ of education, never to return, but as enabling platforms for the next progressive steps in a career of lifelong learning. Differentiation is ...

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