NL eliminates public exams from high schools, considers implications for postsecondary


In a move to modernize the K-12 education system, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador announced plans to eliminate public exams from high schools by 2025. In an interview with , NL Education Minister Krysta Lynn Howell explained that this decision will have practical implications for postsecondary institutions, as ensuring students are better prepared for a changing work landscape will require all levels of education to re-examine their evaluation methods. “The landscape is shifting around us when it comes to education and how students learn,” said Howell. “Universities have to be a part of that conversation as well.”

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