Exams' Education Officer Magalie Celestine expressed her delight with secondary schools' and their pupils' accomplishments, noting that the island performed much better than the regional average
Education officer for exams Magalie Celestine expressed her enthusiasm at the achievement of secondary schools and their students who did better than the regional average during the publication of the 2022 CCLSC examination results. Celestine remarked that all the participating schools performed well, with some scoring better overall while others maintained their ratings over time, despite the fact that there were 120 fewer students taking the CCSLC final examinations than previous year. Twenty-five out of the thirty-two courses that Dominica's educational system offers did higher than the country's average, according to her.
Education Officer for Exams, Magalie Celestine.
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