We value GL Assessment’s tests enormously. They are central to our teaching and learning, and we continuously share the data with parents.
Jill Wilson CBE, Headmistress, The Gleddings

What does ‘average’ actually mean?

In the 1950s the US Air Force realised that its planes’ cockpits were too small for its pilots, who had tended to put on pounds and inches in the 30 years since they were first designed for the average airman.

The lost middle: how the term ‘average’ can obscure student problems and potential

New study shows calling children ‘average’ hides their problems and potential and could lead to significant underperformance in GCSE exams

GL Education expands its publishing expertise with three new senior appointments

Shane Rae joins GL Education as Head of Publishing, along with Hilary Fine as Senior Publisher: Assessment and Hannah Marr as Senior Publisher: International.

Putting Research into Practice Makes Perfect Sense

The question of whether teaching is an art or a science is an old saw. I’d query the assumption that it should be a binary choice.