Indeed, Mr Kwesi Pratt throws into ridicule the claim that students who have just received the results of their Wassce, did well as far the results are concerned.
With evidence quoted from research done by educationist and published in some News papers, Mr Pratt triggers in one of his submission on PanAfrica TV, these terms : “ 70% of the students cannot go to the University”.
According to Mr Pratt, the passes that most of the student got , remain not sufficient as the Universities do require substantial credit in the core subject of the students such as Mathematics, English, Social Studies and Integrated Science, credit that unfortunately according to the analysis that Mr Pratt pointed out, the students did not meet after the release of the result of their Wassce.
In any case, Mr Pratt hammers in his submission, how the impossibility of the students to go to the tertiary level as the spaces remain not available for them.
“Where are the spaces if 2 million of the students have A . What is the value of this and noise about ?” could he land in his quest.
What do you make of the genuine question raised by Mr Pratt ?
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