Why do we need to measure quality and progress in early years? – Reflections after attending the TACTYC conference 2015

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I have of course written before  about my views on assessment both in this blog and in articles for Childcare magazine, so no one will be surprised at my personal view point.

However on 31/10/2015 I attended by first ever TAYTYC conference (details about TACTYC can be found HERE ). I knew that TACTYC as an organisation share many of my views about assessment and in particular about baseline assessment as they are part of an alliance of organisations challenging why we need baseline assessment. All the speakers and the discussions at the conference were excellent and all seemed to come back to the same thing – ‘What are we doing to our children, though all this assessment and measuring?’ There was also a lot of debate about just what is important in early years, and consideration of how we can make changes. On that point everyone was clear –…

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