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To ask the Secretary of State for Education what assessment he has made of the effect on procedures for (a) completion and (b) analysis of data from standard assessment tests in 2009-10 (i) through the Reporting and Analysis of Improvement through School Self-Evaluation online system and (ii) other means of the industrial action taken by teaching unions.
The RAISEonline (Reporting and Analysis for Improvement through School Self Evaluation) system uses the results of national curriculum tests at key stage 2 to provide schools with analyses of their own results. The system will provide the full range of analyses for those schools that administered the 2010 key stage 2 tests.
Schools that did not administer the tests this year will be unable to access RAISEonline analyses of the attainment and progress of their pupils at end of key stage 2.