SEA DATE STAYS
Posted: Wednesday, July 29, 2020
SEA DATE STAYS
NOTWITHSTANDING the public unease due to the recent rise in the number of covid19 infections including a primary school student, education stakeholders agreed on Tuesday that the Education Ministry's August 20 date for the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam will remain.
SEA date stays at August 20
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"We don't give a running commentary on these types of issues and communications between member states and the Secretariat are obviously confidential. However, it is important to note that the global covid19 crisis, and its health, social and economic impacts, have created unprecedented pressures upon governments and societies and extensive restrictions on the normal travel of people and groups between countries.
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