The results of the grievances submitted by a large number of high school students sparked sharp criticism from students and parents. Where the Ministry of Education of the coup government announced the result of these grievances in one sentence to all students except for a very small number of them, which is, “After reviewing, it was found that the announced grade is correct.”
The ministry contented itself with sending the examination papers of the students who filed an electronic grievance over their results, to ensure that they were attributed to them, and the students received the results of the examination to ensure the integrity of the paper and the grades obtained.
Students and parents expressed their anger at these results, noting that “the examination papers were not actually re-marked, and they stressed that the coup education did not provide answer models to compare them with the students’ answers.”
Many parents declared, “they refused to file grievances again, stressing that these grievances are just a useless drain.”
The students affirmed that “whole schools did not have a single student obtain an additional grade as a result of the grievances they submitted, which reveals that the examination papers were not re-corrected or considered again.”
Some of them mocked, saying, “The ministry made select all for the same result and sent it to all the students who all received this response…” After the review, it was found that the grade announced to you is correct.
After the free grievances, it was announced the possibility of requesting a manual re-correction of the answer sheets (Babel Sheet) for the general secondary exams 2021, at a fee of 300 pounds for each subject in exchange for the manual correction this time. From Saturday 11 September to Thursday 16 September.
In this context, an official source at the Ministry of Education of the coup revealed that “not a single student of those who applied for free high school grievances received any modification in the grades of any of the subjects whose score was aggrieved, despite the fact that the grievance was filed against two million Babel Sheet papers.”
The source said, “Nearly two million electronic grievances reached the Ministry of Education of the Coup, and after examination and review, not a single student deserved any degree, which reflects the integrity of the correction process, as he put it.”
He claimed that “the National Examination Center dealt with the electronic correction process with the utmost professionalism, and there were accurate reviews, and that the computer does not make mistakes, and therefore the percentage of students receiving grades for an increase in grievances was “zero percent.”
And about the manual grievances that the ministry made available to high school students, in exchange for 300 pounds per subject, and examined by the student personally accompanied by the guardian, the source said, “We are sure of the integrity of the correction, and each student will make sure that the result of the electronic correction will be the same as the result of the manual examination. And he must not tire himself or doubt that re-correction will bring him grades, we are sure that this will not happen and every student will see it with his own eyes, according to what he claims.
Regarding the parents’ position on the results of the grievances, Nour Al-Sheikh, the guardian of the matter, said that “all the students did not obtain any degrees from the grievance they submitted, indicating her lack of confidence in the electronic correction and the result of the grievances.”
She added, “The ministry does not want to show that there are errors in the correction, and therefore the students will not receive any additional degrees of grievance.”
Another guardian said that she “will not file a grievance again over her son’s result, saying, “We have lost confidence. No one will take a grade even with manual correction, because the system must succeed and encourage private universities.”
Mona Abdel Rahman, a guardian, questioned the outcome of the grievances, saying, “We don’t have degrees, and also some materials are not in my son’s handwriting, and the statics of his model have a boy who wears his clothes, the difference is simple, two points or three, and a difference of 13 degrees.”
Amira Muhammad, a guardian, said, “We have nothing but disappointment, and we will not be wronged again, and may God compensate us for what is coming… Of course, we will not file grievances with money, because it is all slander, not more.”
Parent Nisreen Khader agreed with her and said, “No one will take grades. If the past years were students, they would have grades and they would not get them, and they have an answer form, and now there is no, so there will certainly be no results.”
A parent said that very few students got additional degrees, including three students in the Rawd al-Farag educational administration. Noting that “this is just an attempt by the coup d’état to show its credibility and the seriousness of re-correction of falsehood.”
Source: بوابة الحرية والعدالة by fj-p.com.
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