Economics, business and enterprise survey visits

June 2013
Teaching Business & Economics;Summer2013, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p10
Academic Journal
The article presents the generic grade descriptors and supplementary subject-specific guidance for inspectors on making judgments during visits to schools. It discusses the grade descriptors for measuring the overall effectiveness of economics, business, and enterprise education provided in schools. It examines the grade descriptors in measuring the achievement of pupils in economics, business, and enterprise. It looks at the grade descriptors for the quality of the curriculum.


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