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No ‘back-door’entries into schools

TRE GREAVES, [email protected]

No ‘back-door’entries into schools

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MINISTER OF EDUCATION Ronald Jones has again said there would be “no back-door entries” into secondary schools.

He acknowledged that some parents were not satisfied with the schools to which their children had been allocated after they sat the Barbados Secondary Schools Entrance Examination, but he said back-door entries were not fair to the education system.

“These principals understand my position very strongly on that – no back-door entries. It is not fair to the overall system,” he said.

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