Most people now agree that schools need to be accountable for the standard of education which they provide. Such accountability is important not only to their parents and pupils, but also to the taxpayer who funds them. Until the Trust published the first value added study, accountability was largely provided by Ofsted inspections and the annual publication of raw GCSE and A level examination results in performance tables.
However, it is now widely accepted that fair comparisons of exam results should allow for pupils’ differential ability at age 11.
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