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Measuring and recording student achievement

4 November 2004
The report of the Measuring and Recording Student Achievement Scoping Group chaired by Professor Robert Burgess. It contains recommendations for taking forward work in a number of areas which will be the key to realising a successful future for UK higher education, providing a sound basis for describing, measuring, recording and communicating student achievement in the Twenty-first century.


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