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Scrapping EAL proficiency data collection is 'retrograde step'
EAL professionals say the collection, which required schools to rate pupils' proficiency in English from "new to English" to "fluent" using alphabetical codes, gave schools an incentive to hold important data about their own pupils' development.
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