Jordan to reform Tawjihi exam
- Jordan: Monday, January 28 - 2013 at 05:17
Jordanian prime minister Abdullah Ensour has called for reforming the General Secondary Education Certificate (Tawjihi) examination to ensure that it effectively evaluates students' knowledge, skills and performance, Jordan Times has reported. Ensour requested that the education ministry develop a vision for reforming the Tawjihi and said admission policies at universities can be revisited after this vision is prepared.
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