England tests miss again

13th May 2005 at 01:00
English teachers complained this week that tests for 14-year-olds have been botched again. Last week's assessments featured a question on Macbeth which some staff said was too hard even for top-set youngsters. Last year, a string of mistakes on key stage 3 tests led to Jonathan Ford resigning as managing director of the National Assessment Agency.

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