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Assessment Policy
Assessment policy

In light of international competitiveness and a belief that an educated populace is the key to economic success, governments seek to improve the quality and outcomes of their education systems. They want both to influence and to reliably gauge how well individual students, teachers, localities, regions and the nation itself are performing against education policy objectives. Increasingly the measure used is some form of assessment outcome. Governments develop assessment policies in the belief that assessment outcomes, generally but not always achieved through tests, are the fairest and most objective measure ...

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