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Lesotho signs MOU with Caribbean Examination Council

Lesotho sign MOU ....

Signing of the MOU

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The Barbados-based Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Lesotho s the African country seeks to improve its own examination council.

Lesotho Education and Training Minister Makabelo Mosothane said that CXC had been successful over the years and that makes it “the ideal partner for us…as we can use the experience…to make relevant and informed decisions that are key to the ideals to education development in Lesotho”.

CXC Acting Registrar, Glenroy Cumberbatch said the institution would provide assistance in several areas including early education.

“We were not very well known in the primary schools until three or four years ago when we stated the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment ,” he said, adding “we believe we can share our experiences in beginning this programme with our colleagues from Lesotho who are now looking at their education system and trying to get best practices  around the world.

“We are pleased they have chosen the Caribbean Examination Council as their partner to move forward with their primary assessment as well as the other areas of examination”.

 

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Lesotho sign MOU ....

Signing of the MOU

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The Barbados-based Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Lesotho s the African country seeks to improve its own examination council.

Lesotho Education and Training Minister Makabelo Mosothane said that CXC had been successful over the years and that makes it “the ideal partner for us…as we can use the experience…to make relevant and informed decisions that are key to the ideals to education development in Lesotho”.

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CXC Acting Registrar, Glenroy Cumberbatch said the institution would provide assistance in several areas including early education.

“We were not very well known in the primary schools until three or four years ago when we stated the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment ,” he said, adding “we believe we can share our experiences in beginning this programme with our colleagues from Lesotho who are now looking at their education system and trying to get best practices  around the world.

“We are pleased they have chosen the Caribbean Examination Council as their partner to move forward with their primary assessment as well as the other areas of examination”.