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News: SATs results 'cannot be compared with those of previous years'

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This year's KS2 SATs results should not be compared with those of previous years, education secretary Nicky Morgan has warned. She has said that lower results do not mean pupils have done less well than before. We link to further articles from The Key on SATs results and floor standards for 2016.

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