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Ofsted, accountability and assessment
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Ofsted plays a role in both accountability and improvement across a wide range of services for children and learners. With a new school inspection framework being introduced in early 2012, and significant changes in the approach to accountability across government, Richard Brooks (Director, Strategy) will look at how Ofsted is developing its work and how this relates to assessment.
This talk is part of the Current Issues in Assessment series.
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