A major problem facing the country is aggregates 35 and 25 in BECE – Dr. Edward Omane Boamah

The results of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) have become a national concern, according to Dr. Edward Omane Boamah, a former minister of communications. He asked for prompt action to rectify the problem and brought attention to the concerning number of candidates who received aggregates between 25 and 35.

Some parents voiced their displeasure with their children’s school placements after the release of the Computerized School Selection Placement.

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A student with an overall score of 34 was not admitted to the school of their choice, while a student with an overall score of 35 got admitted to their top choice. Social media users have started discussions about the situation.

Dr. Omane Boamah urged people to exercise caution when talking about students who earned low averages on his Twitter page. He also stressed the significance of understanding the root causes of this grave national issue.


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