Tests steam ahead

12th May 1995 at 01:00
National tests for more than a million primary and secondary pupils in England went ahead with minimal disruption this week despite opposition by many teachers. In Wales, however, the UCAC, the 4,000-strong National Association of Teachers in Wales, said at least 1,200 schools were affected by its members' action. The UCAC is the only union to continue the test boycott. Tests for 600,000 14 year-olds were held this week, alongside ongoing tests for seven-year-olds.

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