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Do rises in GCSE and A level grades reflect genuine increase in attainment?

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Presentation by Robert Coe, Durham University

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  • Hanushek E.A. & Woessmann L. (2010) The High Cost of Low Educational Performance: The Long-run Economic Impact of Improving PISA Outcomes. OECD Programme for International Student Assessment. http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/11/28/44417824.pdf
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    • 1. Do rises in GCSE and A level grades reflect genuine increases in attainment? Robert Coe, Durham University Ofqual: A New Look at Standards 13 Oct 2011
    • 2. Rising GCSE grades
    • 3. GCSE grade slippage?
    • 4. A level grade slippage?
    • 5. 25 pts PISA = +£4tr GDP