Reform of the upper secondary exam is continuing success story for MoEYS

The reform of examinations has garnered parental support and encouraged authorities at all levels to participate in improving the quality of secondary education.

It has also motivated teachers and students to strive even harder – reform of the upper secondary exam has contributed to the increasing number of students passing with Grade A, from 11 in 2014 to 443 last year.

Reform of the upper secondary exam has been among the top priorities of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) since 2014, as based on the Education Strategic Plan 2014-2018 and the Education Strategic Plan 2019-2023 in collaboration with members of the Education Sector Working Group and other stakeholders.

Significant achievements include increasing equitable access to education services at all levels, particularly for the nine years of basic education, as well as growing opportunities for disadvantaged children and youth to enrol at all levels.

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