High school students in Petit-Goâve took to the streets Thursday to protest state exams they said contained material that they had not learned in class.
The students from six schools — including Lycée Faustin Soulouque, National Girls School, and Petit-Goâve High School — were supposed to take the math, biology and geology exams.
Students in Cap-Haïtien took to the streets for the same reason earlier this week. Source
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