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Teaching assistants: marking pupils' work

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Last updated on 28 April 2017
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Can teaching assistants mark pupils' work? We look at the 'specified work' regulations that explain that TAs can mark work under the supervision of a qualified or nominated teacher. We also relay advice from Voice and ASCL, and highlight examples of school marking policies that mention TAs.

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