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National review of assessment: Identification of the learning and support needs of young people

Semple, Sheila and Connelly, Graham and Kinsella, Abigail and Mackay, Gilbert and McLarty, Marion and Paris, Mary (2002) National review of assessment: Identification of the learning and support needs of young people. [Report]

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Abstract

This report summarises research conducted on behalf of the Scottish Executive which aimed to review assessment tools and their use as part of the process of making provision for young people with learning and support needs as they move out of compulsory education. The research was conducted around Scotland and involved consultation with key agencies, including further education (FE) colleges, careers service companies, training providers, voluntary organisations, the Employment Service, and other relevant organisations with a Scottish-wide remit.