Today’s poll: Do teachers need a code of ethics to clarify boundaries around exams?

Ofqual chief Dame Glenys Stacey is reported as suggesting teachers would benefit from an ethical code to help resist pressures to cheat or game the system around exams. Do you agree?

 

Do teachers need a code of ethics to clarify boundaries around exams?

 

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Comments

  1. MikesuziNZ

    SchoolsImprove if the government stayed out of it and stopped changing the curriculum and targets, got rid of league tables then not needed

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