PEP WEBSITE UP AND RUNNING

The promised website to assist teachers, parents and students in preparation for the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) is now fully operational.

Persons may access the website at www.moey.gov.jm/pep.

The Government had promised that it would set up the website to allow better preparation of students for the end of primary stage examination, PEP. This was one of the additional responses the Ministry of Education said it would provide, after the Jamaica Teachers Association said their members were not ready for the examination that is replacing the GSAT.

Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator Ruel Reid,  gave the update on the site, during the post-Cabinet press briefing at Jamaica House, on Wednesday, October 17.

“We encourage our parents, teachers and students to visit the site and make use of the available resources,” he said.

Senator Reid also said that the Ministry has also distributed a suite of materials to schools across the island, including practice items, registration manuals and sample test booklets.

He said the Government is moving ahead with the scheduled implementation of PEP as the national secondary-school entrance examination.

The promised website to assist teachers, parents and students in preparation for the Primary Exit Profile (PEP) is now fully operational.

Persons may access the website at www.moey.gov.jm/pep.

The Government had promised that it would set up the website to allow better preparation of students for the end of primary stage examination, PEP. This was one of the additional responses the Ministry of Education said it would provide, after the Jamaica Teachers Association said their members were not ready for the examination that is replacing the GSAT.

Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator Ruel Reid,  gave the update on the site, during the post-Cabinet press briefing at Jamaica House, on Wednesday, October 17.

“We encourage our parents, teachers and students to visit the site and make use of the available resources,” he said.

Senator Reid also said that the Ministry has also distributed a suite of materials to schools across the island, including practice items, registration manuals and sample test booklets.

He said the Government is moving ahead with the scheduled implementation of PEP as the national secondary-school entrance examination.

By Franklin McKnight

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