Wau State Vows To Investigate 2018 – 2019 Poor Primary 8 Performances

“What is the problem?,” John asked and went on to blame the poor performance on the conflict that interrupted the studies of the pupils in the rural areas.

 

By James Deng Dimo

WAU, 11, February 2019  [GURTONG] - Wau State Ministry of Education
has regretted the lower performance of primary 8 pupils this school
year of 2018 – 2019 and vows to launch serious investigation into the
matter.

In a press statement today, Monday, during the announcement of Primary
8 Leaving Examination results at the state’s Ministry of Education,
the state minister for Education Mario Nyibang John said the state has
not performed well this year in Primary Leaving Examinations compare to
last year results.

Last year 2017 – 2018, a total of 2,931 pupils set for Primary Leaving
Examinations with a passing of 78.2 percent while this year, a total of
3,535 set for Primary Leaving Examination with a passing percentage of
65.8 a difference of 12.4 percent.

“What is the problem?,” John asked and went on to blame the poor performance on the conflict that interrupted the studies of the pupils in the rural areas.
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