Ministry of Education Disputes Former President Mahama’s Comments on WASSCE Results

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Ministry of Education Disputes Former President Mahama’s Comments on WASSCE Results

The Ministry of Education (MoE) has issued a statement in response to comments made by former President John Dramani Mahama regarding the results of the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

The MoE contends that the former president’s remarks are an attempt to undermine the evident improvements in learning outcomes.

In the statement released on Friday, December 29, the Ministry assured students, parents, guardians, and the public that the quality of education and examinations at all levels, including the WASSCE, remains uncompromised. The ministry emphasized its commitment to maintaining high educational standards.

According to the Ministry, Mr. Mahama’s comments are perceived as a “calculated attempt to downplay the great strides made by the Ministry in improving learning outcomes in the country.” The response indicates a determination to defend and highlight the positive advancements in education made under the ministry’s initiatives.

As discussions surrounding education and examination outcomes continue, the Ministry of Education remains steadfast in its commitment to fostering continuous improvement in learning outcomes across the nation. The exchange highlights the importance of constructive dialogue and collaboration in enhancing the education sector for the benefit of students and the country as a whole.

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