The primary and secondary school test scores are not public, the children are happy, and the parents express their concerns

time:2022-12-02 author:Sneeze
The primary and secondary school test scores are not public, the children are happy, and the parents express their concerns

According to the regulations of relevant departments, students' grades in primary and secondary schools are no longer announced to the public. At the same time, schools are not allowed to have a ranking system. Students' grades are divided according to grades. Children in the first grade have even cancelled the written test. Regarding this change, the neighbor Xiao Wang said that after the end of the child's term, he did not know what his grades were. He only knew that his daughter's exam grade was A. Xiao Wang knows that at this stage, the school does not allow the publication of children's grades and rankings. Out of concern for her daughter's grades, Xiao Wang privately asked the teacher about her daughter's classmates' grades. But even in private inquiries, the teacher just repeatedly emphasized that students' grades are not allowed to be published, and an A grade is excellent. After Xiao Wang shared his experience, other neighbors in the community knew that it was not the case of their own children's teachers. All teachers kept their students' grades secret. Xiao Wang also mentioned that after the end of the term, her daughter brought back a certificate of merit. After inquiring, she found out that all the classmates have different certificates. But in this way, Xiao Wang and other parents were a little flustered.

Primary and secondary school grades become privacy

Starting in 2021, the Ministry of Education has issued a new "Notice on Strengthening the Administration of Examinations in Compulsory Education Schools" and The "Regulations on the Protection of Minors" require primary and secondary schools to no longer disclose students' test scores, and there have also been brand-new changes to the test system and score setting. According to the regulations of the Ministry of Education, schools set examinations to grasp the specific learning situation of children, not to increase the learning burden for children. Therefore, in order to prevent students from being discriminated against, students' test scores are no longer allowed to be disclosed. This does not mean that students' grades are kept secret, according to the regulations, their grades will be communicated to their parents one-on-one. According to the requirements of the new regulations, in the nine-year compulsory education stage, except for the academic proficiency test and the necessary unified examination, other tests are not directly scored, but a unified grade evaluation is used to divide students' performance into 5 grades. In such a situation, even if parents learn about their children's grades, they only know their children's test grades. Of course, the Ministry of Education also clearly pointed out that there are many serious problems in primary and secondary school examinations at this stage, and examinations are cumbersome, which will only increase the burden on children and cannot have the effect of screening students. Thus, according to the regulations, the number of examinations in schools is reduced. For example, if the written test is cancelled for the first-year students, except for the mid-term test that can be properly arranged in the junior high school, the rest of the grades can only take the final test. Tips: The regulations also make corresponding requirements for the event. Teachers should pay attention to the quality when setting questions, avoid deviating questions, and improve the openness of the test.

New changes sparked heated discussion among parents

First, parents felt that they could not understand their children's learning. In the past, students' grades and rankings were not private, and parents could clearly understand their children's learning status and whether they had mastered school knowledge. However, after the emergence of the new regulations, students' grades became private, and teachers refused to tell parents the specific situation of their children, so parents could not understand the real situation of their children, let alone their learning shortcomings. Parents cannot provide targeted guidance to their children during the holidays. Second, parents believe that they can stimulate their children's potential. Students are facing heavy educational pressure. In order to allow them to have a better childhood and grow up happily and healthily, proper burden reduction can reduce the psychological pressure of children, so that children can calm down to study seriously and continuously stimulate their potential. In the end, parents both agree and worry. For this policy, some parents both expressed their approval and raised concerns and doubts. First of all, they believe that the results will no longer be published, and students will not have to repeatedly experience the pain of ranking scores from high to low; second, such regulations can also cultivate students' creative thinking. However, these parents also raised some doubts about the regulation of graded grades, arguing that such regulation is not a white lie for children with poor grades in the real situation of savage children. Parents should not judge their children's learning status based on their academic performance alone. This method is too subjective. Grades are not everything for students. Parents should let their children realize the importance of learning. Let them improve their own learning ability through spontaneous learning. No longer publishing academic results, which not only relieves students' learning pressure, but also protects children's self-esteem.

Why is the Department of Education doing this?

Reason 1: To protect students' self-esteem In today's society, grades are still not the only criterion for judging students' quality. Academic grades are no longer disclosed, which can effectively protect children's fragile self-esteem and prevent them from being criticized by parents and teachers for their unsatisfactory grades. Reason 2: Maintaining the privacy of students is the personal privacy of each student, and the school is obliged to maintain the personal privacy and dignity of students. For students with poor academic performance, they certainly do not want their grades to be repeatedly mentioned. Even high-achieving kids have moments when they don't want extra attention. Reason 3: Avoid only fractional theory Although this kind of educational intention seems to have no effect, because for schools, students' grades and rankings are clear at a glance. After all, grades are an important indicator of teachers' teaching tasks. However, since the results are not made public, parents can be appropriately diverted, so that parents no longer rely on scores, but pay attention to their children's mental health and the development of their three views. Conclusion: The reason why parents are worried is not that their children will not feel the pressure of learning, but that they are worried. Without knowing their real learning situation, their children will not be able to study in a targeted manner, and they will face difficulties in the middle school entrance examination. Such concerns reflect the parents' distrust of the policy. For students, the non-disclosure of grades will only make them panic, which will have a negative incentive effect. (The picture in this article comes from the Internet, if there is any infringement, please contact to delete it)
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