Wednesday, 18 July 2018 11:48

Drop In SEA Performance Level In Tobago A Cause For Concern

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THA Minority Councillor, Faith B. Yisrael, has expressed concern about the low academic performance of Tobago's students in the recent SEA exams.

Comparing the results of students between Trinidad and Tobago, performance levels in Tobago fell as much as 30% behind the national average.

Taking into account the population size of the island, Ms. Yisrael suggests that at least five of the top S.E.A. students nationally should be from Tobago.

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