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Their Progress File enables students, both adults and those aged 13–19, to present a record of their achievements formally and to set their goals in relation to work as well as learning. The introduction of Progress Files was first recommended in the 1996 Dearing Review of Qualifications for 16–19‐Year‐Olds, which suggested restructuring the National Record of Achievement (NRA) which was then in current use, and renaming it the Progress File. The File is in use in all sectors of education and training, and is intended to replace the NRA fully by 2009.

http://www.qaa.ac.uk/academicinfrastructure/progressFiles/default.asp Information on the use of Progress Files in higher education.

Subjects: Education.


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