Parents want advice about high-school

Parents want advice about high-school

Nearly half (44 percent) of elementary schools feel pressured by parents who want their children to go to higher secondary education.

This is evidenced by an evaluation of the Ministry of Education's Final Examination PO. If the results of the final test show that a student has scored well, one third of the parents at the school is in favor of advice about upper schools. 

60 percent of parents with children who score higher than expected expect a conversation with the school.

The evaluation, for which parents have been interviewed, shows that one in seven parents thinks that the school needs to adjust the advice given a high final test score.

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