Charging for past questions of publicly funded tests - cost benefit analysis
Dear Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency,
From a previous FIO request:
'QCDA Enterprises, the trading arm of QCDA, makes the entire legacy bank of copyright-cleared past questions available for commercial re-use in the UK schools market to any individual, on a standard charge basis calculated at £0.039 to allow access to the bank of questions in one subject at one key stage to one pupil for one year.'
I would like to see the cost benefit analysis for this policy if one was done and other major documents involved in the making this policy decision.
Dear Mr Crookes
Please find attached the response to your recent request for information
made under the Freedom of Information Act.
Freedom of Information and Data Protection Officer
Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (QCDA), 53-55 Butts Road,
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