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National Education Inspectorate report to highlight improvements in schools

Published:Monday | September 7, 2015 | 12:15 PM

The soon-to-be released National Education Inspectorate (NEI) report will highlight critical improvements in some areas of school performance across the education system.

That's according to Jeans Hastings, the director of the Education System Transformation Programme. 

Hastings declined to go into details, adding that the latest report is expected to be released in about two weeks 

Meanwhile, she says the NEI report will now be published twice per year rather instead of once a year, to allow for more scrutiny of the education system. 

 

Jeans Hastings, the director of the Education System Transformation Programme

The last NEI report released in August last year, revealed that most primary and secondary schools were failing in their education delivery.

That last report brought the accumulated number of schools inspected since 2010 to 803 across the six administrative regions of the Education Ministry.

This represents 84 per cent of all primary and secondary schools. 

Nine-hundred-and-fifty-four schools are targeted for inspection.