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Nationwide assessments in the beginning of the 2022 faculty yr at CP, CE1 and center faculty: the outcomes class by class

According to Education Minister Pap Ndiaye, the results are not good. To be qualified by the classes and context: We come from two years disrupted by the Covid.

More than 810,000 students in more than 7,000 public and private institutions assessed at the start of the September 2022 school year: The assessments for the beginning of September 2022, the first since the introduction of class divisions in priority sectors, were released today by the Ministry of National Education. CP, CE1 and sixth grade skills are closely monitored. Minister Pap Ndiaye says he is generally concerned about “the issue of the general school level”.

For sixth grade students: low in French, stable in math

For students entering sixth grade, “the average score for French exams has fallen: 256.5 points in 2022 versus 260.8 points in 2021”. The proportion of pupils “in the lower grades” increases (from 22.4% to 27.1%) and the proportion of the most successful decreases (from 36.7% to 33.8%). “However, the performance of the students at the beginning of the 2022 school year remains higher than at the beginning of the 2017 school year in the first evaluation at the beginning of the sixth grade,” is the conclusion of the report.

The “social profile” of the university is not insignificant: “45.7% of students in less privileged universities belong to the lower groups, compared to only 13.3% among those in the most favored universities”.

‘The average score for girls is 13 points higher than for boys,’ says the report.

In mathematics, “the grade point average is stable” and the proportion of the weakest students has increased slightly from 30.8% to 32.5% within one year. This time the boys are stronger than the girls: +10 points.

In CP “the difficulties in mastering vocabulary are confirmed”

The report emphasizes that the results of the small classes should be classified in “the special context of the health crisis”, at the age of two, in which everyday school life was “strongly disrupted”. Compared to the last evaluations, the results in French and mathematics are “stable”.

At the beginning of the CP, “the two least successful exercises are “recognizing letters under letters” and “understanding the words read by the teacher”, considered well acquired with 69.3% and 71.8% respectively “The Difficulties in mastering the vocabulary are thus confirmed”.

In mathematics: “Graduation practice and problem solving are the least successful (74.7% and 67.5%). The most successful are the exercises on reading and writing whole numbers (92.3% and 89.1%)”.

In CE1, “stable” results.

In French, the results are generally stable, but the students had greater difficulties in the exercises “Writing words” and “Reading words aloud”. In mathematics, the results are “stable” except for the exercise “read whole numbers”.

Upon entering CE1, “the least successful exercises are reading text and words aloud (68.2% and 72%, respectively), understanding words orally, and writing words (77.2% and 74.8%, respectively). ).

In mathematics: “The problem solving exercise and to a lesser extent the step line are the least successful (47.6% and 60%). The addition and subtraction exercises are also mastered less successfully (60.5% and 60.9%). . The most successful are exercises in geometry (84.1%), reading numbers (76.7%), mental arithmetic (76.4%) and writing numbers (74.9%).

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