The former exam chief for England, who resigned over last summer's Sats marking fiasco, says evidence against him was "sexed up".Boston clearly knows how to grab the headlines, it will be interesting to see where this story goes...
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.
Wednesday, 22 April 2009
Sexing-up is back
According to the BBC: