No recommendations yet on better Tawjihi exams

Part of Tawjihi celebrations in Amman. (File photo: Ameer Khalifeh/Jordan News)
AMMAN — The General Secondary Education Certificate Examination Development Committee, which was formed a few months ago, has not yet issued any recommendations on improving the mechanism of conducting the Tawjihi exams in the coming years, according to Amman Net. اضافة اعلان

The Ministry of Education Council formed this committee, which combines experts and specialists in educational affairs, with the aim of conducting the Tawjihi exams based on scientific studies.

Minister of Education Wajih Al-Owais recently confirmed that the committee did not submit a report to the ministry regarding the improvement of the Tawjihi exams.

He said that no changes will be made in the examination in the upcoming years since the committee said any amendment requires around seven years to go into effect.

Ministry of Education spokesman Ahmad Al-Masafah said that the committee recently submitted several proposals concerning the development of curricula and the Tawjihi exams, and that the ministry will study them and announce the results in the near future.

The committee confirmed that the recommendations and proposals concerning the exam are not binding on the Education Ministry unless approved by the Education Council.

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