Survey: UK teachers concerned over exams

01/2/2012 | Guardian (London), The

Some teachers in the United Kingdom said in a recent survey that they are concerned about the quality of grading of A-level exams. In the survey by the National Association for the Teaching of English, 20% of teachers said they are not confident in the quality of the grading, and even more expressed frustration with the consistency of marking. At issue, according to some officials, might be the pressure to turn around scores quickly and the workload of examiners.

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