"Back to basics" exams face opposition in England

Professor Debra Myhill, from Exeter University, has cautioned England's government against administering what she says are flawed primary-school literary tests. The new exams focus on a "back to basics" approach to spelling and grammar that Myhill says tests students out of context. The new approach also has been opposed by academics and teaching unions.

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