Focus on tests led to exam impropriety

16th December 2011 at 00:00

If Michael Gove calls for an investigation into examiners giving teachers the questions before the examinations have been taken, shouldn't we also be calling for an independent investigation into how he and Nick Gibb have given those reviewing the national curriculum the key questions and many of the answers before they've even examined the issues?

Professor Colin Richards, Spark Bridge, Cumbria.

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