Maths exam passed by hardly one pupil in two in second year of secondary school

Maths exam passed by hardly one pupil in two in second year of secondary school
Results in the first cycle of secondary school are a cause for concern.

Provisional results for the certificate at the end of the first cycle of Belgium secondary education (CE1D), show the pass rate in mathematics is only 53.5%, and the average score is only 50.6%. This emerges from an article in Le Soir today (Tuesday). Abysmally, this is the lowest result in five years.

The provisional results in CE1D (for 90% of pupils), for whom entry into the third year is conditional upon passing this, are also disheartening in languages. The average score is 55.1%, although the pass rate is 62%.

In sciences, the pass rate is 74.7%, with an average score of 59.3%. There is some joie de vivre in French, where the pass rate is 86.5% with an average score of 67%.


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