A day after the math exam, the graduates of the capital are protesting in front of the Ministry of Education, blocking the traffic on Durrës Street.
They claim that the thesis was very difficult and that they had no tolerance despite the unusual situation of online learning.
Even the graduates of Durrës schools gathered in front of the Regional Pre-University Directorate and then marched throughout the city, as they claim that the math test was at a high level of difficulty and demand lowering the ceiling of points.
Similar protests are taking place in Korça and Shkodra as well.
After the protests of the graduates that have already included several cities of the country, the Minister of Education, Evis Kushi, reacted.
Through a post on social networks, Kushi said that they are once again assessing with expert groups the level of difficulty of each question in the math test.
Kushi added that in case it turns out that it exceeds the predicted level, the distribution of points in the test and the way of evaluation will be reviewed.
As we promised you, we will always be at your support. At the moment, we are assessing once again with expert groups the level of difficulty of each question in the math test. And in case it turns out that it exceeds the predicted level, which is conditioned by the way of teaching development during this school year, without a doubt we will review the distribution of points in the test and the way of assessment.
I wish you many successes for the next exam! ” , writes Kushi.
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