How much control should the state have over educational assessment?

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    Opening Remarks

    Opening Remarks by Simon Lebus (Cambridge Assessment)

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    4th Annual Conference Keynote prese...

    Professor Alison Wolf (King's College London) gives a keynote presentation at the 4th...

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    Where do good qualifications come f...

    Greg Watson (OCR) on 'Where do good qualifications come from?'

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    The "ping" factor: what does it mea...

    Isabel Nisbet (Ofqual) explains what it means to maintain standards in composite qual...

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    Working Outside the Regulatory Box:...

    Cambridge Assessment shares research on University Admissions Tests

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    An everlasting, unconsummated relat...

    Professor Lorna Unwin (Institute of Education, University of London) on the State's des...

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    The role of international assessmen...

    Dubai Knowledge and Human Development Authority on the role of international ...

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    Issues of innovation and control in...

    Dr John Allan (Scottish Qualifications Authority) discusses issues of innovation and ...

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    Accountability in the Netherlands

    Dr Anton A Béguin (Cito Institute of Educational Measurement) on Accountability in the ...

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    Assessment in schools: fit for purp...

    Professor Mary James (University of Cambridge) asks whether assessment in ...

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    Why do we need qualifications? A co...

    Tina Isaacs (Ofqual) discusses a comparison between the US and the UK

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    Closing Remarks

    Closing Remarks by Tim Oates (Cambridge Assessment)