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  1. The technical baccalaureate: providing excellence in vocational education?

    Authors: 
    Daniel Acquah and Debra Malpass

    Proposals for a technical baccalaureate have received cross-party support in England. The technical baccalaureate is intended to deliver the necessary training to enable young people to fill the UK’s skills gap in intermediate-level occupations in STEM and other sectors....

  2. Examining assessment

    Authors: 
    Lena Gray, Claire Jackson and Lindsay Simmonds

    AQA’s research – carried out within the Centre for Education Research and Practice (CERP), under the auspices of the AQA Research Committee – has its roots in a number of predecessor bodies, including the Joint Matriculation Board (JMB) and the Associated Examining Board (AEB)....

  3. Constructing validity arguments for test combinations

    Authors: 
    Saskia Wools, Theo Eggen and Anton Béguin

    The argument-based approach to validation has been widely adopted in validation theory. However, this approach aims to validate the intended interpretation and use of a single test or assessment. This article proposes an extension of the argument-based approach for validation of multiple tests....

  4. AEA-Europe 2016 abstracts

    Authors: 
    Emma Armitage, Yaw Bimpeh, Lena Gray, Ruth Johnson, Kate Kelly, Caroline Lau, Alex Scharaschkin, Ben Smith, Neil Stringer, Charlotte Stephenson, et al

    AEA-Europe's annual conference is a vital place for the assessment community to share ideas and challenge ourselves to think critically about our own research....

  5. AEA-Europe 2017 abstracts

    Authors: 
    Yaw Bimpeh, Lena Gray, Elizabeth Harrison, Ruth Johnson, William Pointer, Alex Scharaschkin, Ben Smith, Charlotte Stephenson, Ezekiel Sweiry and David West

    AEA-Europe's annual conference is a key opportunity for those within the assessment community to share ideas and critically challenge their own thinking....

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