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Children in Singapore will no longer be ranked by exam results. Here’s why

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Date: 11 Oct 2018 | by: Johnny Wood | Story Source: World Economic Forum ~ Go to Original Article

Singapore has long been an educational high-achiever, endorsing rote learning and long study hours to propel school children toward exam success. But change is in the air as the island state rethinks its approach to education.

Discussions, homework and quizzes are set to replace marks and grades as the preferred method of collecting information on the performance of…


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