Scholars criticize Scottish Government for citing their research as an inspiration for controversial primary school testing.


After Dylan Wiliam, a professor at University College London, said the use of his name in connection with the policy was a “substantial and perverse misrepresentation” of his views, Professor W James Popham, from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), said his work should not be construed as support for standardised assessments – particularly of five-year-olds.
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