Schools, colleges and children's services – research and analysis

Talking to the public about the reliability of assessment

This paper discusses the best way to communicate reliability of assessment results to the public.

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Full report: No news is good news? Talking to the public about the reliability of assessment

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The main focus of the paper is on the outcomes and implications of the research carried out for Ofqual by Ipsos MORI and Blue Rubicon. It includes an overview of the aims of the Ofqual reliability programme, and includes a summary of published work about media coverage of assessment results.