‘A direct attack on teaching’: NSW rules out NAPLAN robo marking – The Sydney Morning Herald

December 7, 2017
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The Sydney Morning Herald
NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes has ruled out allowing computers to mark NAPLAN writing tasks, warning it is “preposterous” to suggest machines could do a better job than humans and described it as a “direct attack on the teaching profession”. Mr …

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