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MINISTER GARCIA: 2017 SEA RESULTS INDICATE AN IMPROVEMENT IN STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE

Details: Published - July 06, 2017

The Honourable Anthony Garcia, Minister of Education is expressing his satisfaction on student’s performance following the release of the 2017 SEA results. In a news conference held this morning at the Ministry of Education’s Head Office, he said, “This year, 13.54% of the students scored above 90% compared with 4.16% in 2016. This represents an increase of 9.42%. The percentage of students who performed below 30% is 12.3% which is minimally less than the 12.95% in 2016”. 

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RELEASE OF THE 2017 SEA RESULTS

Details: Published - July 03, 2017
The Ministry of Education wishes to advise that results for the 2017 Secondary Entrance Assessment Examinations (SEA) will be released to schools on Tuesday 4th July, 2017.
All primary school principals are advised to collect their SEA results from their respective Education District Offices at 9:00 am on Tuesday 4th July, 2017.
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Ministers meet with secondary school principals.

Details: Published - May 24, 2017

Over one hundred (100) of the one hundred and twenty-five (125) secondary schools’ principals heeded a call by the Honourable Anthony Garcia, Minister of Education to discuss urgent matters affecting the secondary school system. The meeting, held at the Government Campus Plaza Auditorium was chaired by the Chief Education Officer Harrilal Seecharan and focused on the areas of School Based Management (SBM), Promoting Discipline in Schools and Clinical Supervision. The executives of the Ministry of Education along with representatives of Student Support Services Division (SSSD), School Supervision and Curriculum Division were also in attendance for this combined effort.

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MOE promises to fix AC unit in Tranquility Government Primary School

Details: Published - May 22, 2017
The Ministry of Education reaffirms its commitment to having the air conditioning unit at the Tranquility Government Primary School fully restored within the next few days. The Ministry is aware of concerns expressed by parents over the delay in having this situation rectified. Recently, officials of the Ministry of Education met with a delegation of the school’s Parents Teachers Association to discuss this issue. Both teams agreed that the problem originated with the breakdown of the central air conditioning unit.
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