The tests can be taken from May 8 to 22 and can be ordered until January 31 through the National Foundation for Educational Research.
What does NFER stand for?
NFER stands for National Foundation for Educational Research (UK)
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- North Fork Electric, Inc. (Crumpler, NC)
- Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists
- Naval Facilities Expeditionary Logistics Center
- Nonlinear Finite Element Method (computing)
- NASCOM Front-end Processor
- Net Foreign Exchange Earning as a Percentage of Export (export finance)
- Network Flow End Point (telecommunications)
- Non-Formal Education Programme (various locations)
- Non-Formal Education Project (various locations)
- National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (Poland)
- Near Field Electromagnetic Ranging (radio technology)
- National Fire Equipment System (National Wildfire Coordinating Group publication)
- National Forum on Education Statistics (US Department of Education)
- Naval Forces Evaluation System (US DoD)
- North Fork Elementary School (various locations)
- Northeast Florida Equestrian Society (Jacksonville, FL)
- Nutrition, Food and Exercise Sciences (various universities)
- Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center
- Nurse Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology
- Negative Channel Field Effect Transistor
Samples in periodicals archive:
The study, by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) is based on surveys of almost 45,000 pupils from 118 secondary schools conducted between January 2010 and July 2011.
The study by the National Foundation for Educational Research found a drop in the proportion of youngsters who say they prefer watching TV to reading.
A study by the National Foundation for Educational Research found most schools believed Ofsted inspections helped them improve.
The findings came in an evaluation of the Into-University programme by the National Foundation for Educational Research.
The National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) was commissioned by the Local Government Association (LGA) to explore two issues of enduring interest - the impact on performance of school size, and single-sex education.