The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has voted against balloting members on a boycott of primary school tests, known as Sats, in England.
Delegates at the union's conference rejected a resolution to ballot members over a protest against primary school tests for the academic year 2017-18.
They also agreed not to "support and promote a parent boycott" of the 2017 national curriculum tests (Sats).
The vote came despite two sessions of argument in favour of action.
Opposing the motion, Sasha Elliott, a teacher from east London, said: "I've…