Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Sexing-up is back

According to the BBC:
The former exam chief for England, who resigned over last summer's Sats marking fiasco, says evidence against him was "sexed up".

Ken Boston told a committee of MPs that accounts of his meetings with ministers given to the inquiry into the delays in marking test papers were "false".

He also accused ministers of putting a "protective fence" around themselves.

Boston clearly knows how to grab the headlines, it will be interesting to see where this story goes...

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