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OP 38. School Reform through Examinations: Lessons from the British Experience

By: Sarah Warshauer Freedman
Publication: National Center for the Study of Writing and Literacy Occasional Paper
Date: 1994

Summary: Freedman considers the effects of the British examination system on English language and literature learning. She concludes that high-stakes examinations present a flawed foundation on which to build an educational reform movement.

 

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