Education Survey

In Reports, Resources by Beyond Research

Author: Jamie Chen

Based on their report cards in 2015, we surveyed the grades of primary school students from low-income communities. Despite the consistently high attendance of children in primary school, most were failing at least 1 subject, with 42.4% failing 2 subjects in primary school. The study suggests that English, as the mode of presentation of classroom lessons, could be a determinant for performance in other subject like Mathematics and Science.

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