26 primary schools cheated in 1999 national tests

14th January 2000 at 00:00
Twenty-six primary schools were found to have cheated in the 1999 national tests. Sixteen schools had their results annulled in one or more subjects while 10 more had marks deducted from their pupils' scores.

QCA officials investigated 210 cases of possible malpractice this year.

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