Education Ministry commended for introduction of nat’l standards test
Exploration bunch Institute for Education Studies (IFEST) has recognized the Ministry of Education for the proposition to present a public guidelines appraisal test (NSAT) for Primary 4 students this year.
IFEST accepts the following of understudies’ presentation as well as checking the loyalty of execution of the principles based educational plan is critical to guaranteeing improvement in learning results.
These were contained in an explanation gave by Acting Executive Director Peter Anti on Monday, June 7.
It comes in the wake of a declaration by the area serve, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, that standard-based tests will be led for essential students intermittently to survey their exhibition.
Dr Adutwum declared this on Sunday, June 6 at a question and answer session.
Be that as it may, IFEST is worried about the holiness and legitimacy of the appraisal, suggesting the National Council for Curriculum Assessment (NaCCA) to deal with the test.
“While we are not absent of the immensity of work engaged with getting sorted out a particularly public test which may make the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) the default decision, it is our significant assessment that the NSAT ought to be led by NaCCA with WAEC as the teaming up organization.
“IFEST believes that such a course of action will reinforce the institutional limit of NaCCA and position it to have the option to manage future public assessments.”