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Friday, September 01, 2006 

Students to meet national performance standard

Friday, September 1, 2006

According to Minister of Education, Hon Alden McLaughlin, students are to meet higher performance standards than those previously set, but details as well as other elements that compose a new National Curriculum are still to be crafted.

Work on the new performance standards will begin in early October 2006, when a Steering Committee will settle down to "establishing national standards for students for each subject," the Minister said.

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