‘Centralised exam at Year Six will better identify schools’ weaknesses’


Dr Annuar favours a centralised assessment to help identify the bottom-ranked schools..

A CENTRALISED examination for Year Six pupils will help Sarawak better evaluate the performance of schools.

State Education, Innovation and Talent Development Deputy Minister Datuk Dr Annuar Rapaee said the exam was not just to evaluate pupils’ performance but also the schools’ ranking.

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