FG:Stakeholders In Education Sector Tasked On Mass Failure In WAEC and NECO
On Tuesday, the Federal Government asked the stakeholders in the education sector to find a pragmatic Solution to the problem of mass failure of candidates in public examination in Nigeria.
Professor Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i, the Minister of Education said this in Abuja while declaring open a two-day Examination Summit and Stakeholders’ Consultative Meeting on Improving Performance in Public Examination Organized by her ministry.
She complained about the bad performance of candidates in the (WAEC) West African Examination Council and (NECO) National Examination Council, saying that just thirty percent of students scored above 5 credits including mathematics and english which has always been a compulsory admission requirement for tertiary institutions for six years now.
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