Parents have blamed the "secretive" rollout of national testing for the political frenzy surrounding the policy.
Education Secretary told to ‘cut his losses’ and scrap P1 tests in next week’s statement to Holyrood
John Swinney has been told to “cut his losses” and dump P1 testing when he updates MSPs on his plans next week.
The Education Secretary told schools to continue with controversial tests after Holyrood voted to scrap them.
John Swinney has issued a “thinly-veiled threat” to defy the Scottish Parliament if it voted to scrap controversial tests.
The Scottish Government faces a damaging defeat in Holyrood as opposition parties mount a bid to scrap controversial tests for five-year-olds.
The Education Secretary’s changes to controversial tests do not allay “serious concerns” from teachers, warns the EIS.
Parents have been urged to boycott controversial tests for 5-year-olds as the Scottish Government risk a Holyrood defeat on its flagship education policy.
The largest teachers' union in Scotland has demanded that national testing for 5-year-olds is scrapped.