There are three national consultations currently under way, and their deadlines are fast approaching. We encourage all CPRT members, supporters and affiliates to participate in these areas of debate. Here are some of the things to consider:
- Performance descriptors (official deadline – 18 December)
See recent blogs by David Reedy (on testing) and Warwick Mansell (on the new performance descriptors and assessment).
- Policy priorities for 2015 general election (CPRT deadline – 19 December)
See the blog by Robin Alexander (September 25th) about what we want for primary education, CPRT’s priorities, as well as CPR’s priorities for the 2010 general election.
- House of Commons enquiry into the use of evidence (official deadline – 12 December)
See Robin Alexander‘s blog from November 21st on the relationship between policy and evidence.
If you would like your ideas to be part of CPRT’s response to these consultations, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can. In relation to the performance descriptors and House of Commons enquiry, we need your thoughts well in advance of the official deadlines.