Identity cards to stop cheating

5th August 2005 at 01:00
* In England, the National Assessment Agency is promoting the use of identity cards to stop cheating. The workforce agreement there will release teachers from exam invigilation duties from September, and the agency is concerned that some pupils might try to pass themselves off as someone else to supervisors who are unfamiliar with the class.

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