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The Norwegian Department of Education assesses whether the exam should be permanently abandoned

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The Norwegian Department of Education wants to try some alternatives to the exam. Many believe it is time to abolish the current form of testing.

“In the long run, the Directorate-general wants to try alternatives to the current exam,” Christian Larsen Evgen, head of the curriculum for higher and secondary education, told the newspaper Aftenposten.

The Directorate-general will also begin research on how exams work in the Norwegian school system.

Due to the high level of pandemics and homeschooling this year, the exam was canceled for the third consecutive year.

Tony Berner, a professor and evaluator at the University of Southeastern Norway, believes the pandemic has confirmed that it is possible not to take the exam.

“Many teachers say they had more time for education and mid-term evaluation after the exam was canceled, and many students experienced less stress,” he said. rice field.

But the Norwegian Teachers Association is skeptical. Its leader, Helle Christin Nyhuus, believes that exams are an important part of a comprehensive rating system.

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