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Robert Silva announced on Friday the start of the PISA tests in Uruguay, with the slogan “Put on the light blue!”
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August 13, 2022 at 18:18
The president of the Central Board of Directors (Codicen) of the National Administration of Public Education (ANEP), Rober Silva, announced the start of the PISA tests with a poster that generated controversy and criticism in the Broad Front and among the unions.
The poster associates the evaluation instance with soccer and calls on the students to “wear the light blue”.
As of Monday, August 15, the PISA tests begin in Uruguay.
Put on the light blue! pic.twitter.com/UmHLKiaQOx
— Robert Silva Garcia (@RobertSilva1971) August 12, 2022
Pablo Caggiani, leader of the Broad Front and former director of Primary in the last government, wrote on his personal Twitter account: “The worst use of evaluation in education. Until now no one had been so encouraged in Uruguay. Gurises do the tests calm. There is no cup or anything. Provides information to know where to improve. The adult world putting its priorities on the gurises “.
The worst use of assessment in education. Until now no one had been so encouraged in Uruguay.
Gurises do the tests calm. There is no cup or anything. Provides information to know where to improve. The adult world putting its priorities over the gurises… ?? pic.twitter.com/QTlYpTcnxn
– Pablo Caggiani (@Pablocagg) August 13, 2022
The National Federation of Teachers also spoke about it: “The celestial one was cut 151 million dollars in two years. #TerrorTransformation?”
– ⭕️Fenapes (@FenapesUruguay) August 13, 2022
Tests will begin Monday August 15 and end in September. PISA is an international test whose mission is to assess whether what the student has learned up to that day is useful for solving new situations that they have to face.
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