KSU in stipend talks with Education Minister

Tuesday, 14 Jan 2014, 11:47

 

The KSU held talks with Education Minister Evarist Bartolo and welcomed proposals to introduce stipends for repeat students.

The KSU put forward their own recommendations which included assessing student’s progress during the school year.

They said they wanted to see stipends as an incentitive for students and not as a simple means to continue studies without performing.

The KSU want to introduce a board to evaluate the performance of repeat students with stipends being approved to those students who really need financial help.

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Henry

- Wed 15-Jan-2014, 07:37

Perhaps it would be better to take each case according to each student.Let us not put more stress un-needed if the student shows will to carry on.
The rule is we can all race, but some perform better,while others take a bit longer.

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