High hopes for good 2014 PSE performance

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Dr. Carmen Lopez (Ministry of Education)

Dr. Carmen Lopez
(Ministry of Education)

Monday, April 7, 2014. JUAN CAAL Reporting: Teachers across the country are holding out high hopes for their students to do well on the first part of the Primary School Examination which was administered today.

Students wrote papers in Language Arts and Science.

Thousands of Standard 6 boys and girls across the country took the PSE today.  In Toledo, there were three testing centers; namely Toledo Community College where 266 students sat the PSE; Corazon Creek High School where 338 students took the PSE and Julian Cho Technical High School where 97 students sat the PSE.

Dr. Carmen Lopez who works with the Ministry of Education in Punta Gorda town says that no matter what the outcome, the Ministry will continue to work hard with teachers, students and parents in providing quality education for the children.

“I believe we have done out part and it is now for the students to show us that yes indeed we have done an effective job,” says Dr. Lopez.

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