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02/04/2017 10:43:19

Haiti - Education : Preparation of the 7th AF assessment
Yesterday Saturday in Jacmel, ended a three-day workshop, organized by the Ministry of Education, dedicated to the finalization of the evaluation test of the 7th Fundamental Year, in the perspective the evaluations planned for May.

Some 20 senior managers from the Directorate of Support for Private Education and Partnership (DAEPP), of the Directorate of Curriculum and Quality (DCQ) and the Directorate of Planning and External Cooperation (DPCE), 2 inspectors, 3 teachers and one high school principal attended the workshop.

During the workshop, participants analyzed the performance of the students and the difficulty of pre-test questions in mathematics, Creole and French communication, administered in 5 schools in the metropolitan area on March 8th, in order to improve the questionnaires.

On May 16th, a pre-pilot phase will be launched and 3,000 students from the 7th Fundamental Year (FY) in 60 schools administered public and private at the national level will pass this "exams". The results obtained are expected to further improve the questionnaires and standardize them before submitting them to a larger and more representative sample of students.

Unlike official examinations, this initiative of the Ministry of Education seeks to evaluate students, the work of teachers and the real quality of the learning process. These evaluations (without a score) will help identify problems and encourage decision-making for better governance of the system.

Note that in parallel on May 16, more than 100,000 students in 4th AF will be assessed in mathematics, communication Creole and French.

HL/ S/ HaitiLibre

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