Tina Isaacs

Tina Isaacs

Tina is Programme Director for the MA in Educational Assessment at the Institute of Education, and a former director at the institute’s Centre for Post-14 Research and Innovation. She was recently the principal investigator on a project exploring international instructional systems. Tina began her career teaching university-level history after completing her PhD in 18th Century British history at the University of Rochester (New York). She moved to England and joined the National Council for Vocational Qualifications: a predecessor of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA). She was involved in the reviews that QCA produced on Curriculum 2000, and she led the Arts and Humanities, the Assessment Development and Secondary Curriculum (Key Stage 3 Review), Curriculum Standards, and 14-19 Policy teams. Tina went on to join Ofqual as Head of 14-19 Regulation.

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