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Top CXC Official Calls For Shift From Failure To Achievement Approach In Education

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Chief Executive Officer and Registrar of Barbados-based Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) Dr. Wayne Wesley has called for overhauling the region’s education system from a failure to an achievement approach.

“I think it is time that we consider an education system that is transformed, moving away from a failure approach where we begin to speak more of what students have not achieved and move into the realm of speaking of what students have achieved,” Wesley said.

He spoke at a ceremony in St Kitts and Nevis last week, where officials released the May/June 2023 CXC results.

“It is much better for us to affirm the confidence of a child than to speak negatively to that child’s well-being and prosperity,” the CXC official declared to applause from the audience.

Wesley asserted that such a move would stop the propensity and inclination to blame aspects of the education system.

HeĀ  spoke of resisting the urge to blame students, parents, teachers, principals, Ministers and Ministries of Education.

“What has evolved over the years is a system that creates segregation and we need to break that system down,” Wesley stated.

According to the CXC official, quality education would only be achieved if every child gets the opportunity to realise their full potential.

As a result, Wesley called for creating a system that accommodates every child.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. @Asking for a friend…seeing the word, “achievement”, and equating it with the word, “mediocrity”, is the mark of a closed and deformed mind!

    Nevertheless, Wesley does not define the parameters of achievement; or this medium failed to report the full scope of the program for which he is advocating.

  2. Please do because I’ve done some subjects two and three times and I failed all the time and I’m being bash by my parents that I’m not putting in the work and I’ve been doing so and instead of them encouraging me they all turn their backs and it just leave me to just give up and I can’t because I have a future ahead of me

  3. Why students have to pay so much to do a review on each subject for their correct results which that fault comes from the top??

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