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Cameroon/Coronavirus: Pupils, students to get TV lectures ahead of end of year exams

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Pupils and students who will sit in for end-of-year examinations will begin receiving lectures on the national state broadcaster on Monday to prepare them for the exams, government has said.

The lecturs will effectively begin on Monday, April 6 with various schedules for both the primary and secondary schools while other private community media organs will equally be sollicited.

Ahead of the start of these lectures, the Minsiter of Basic Education, Laurent Serge Etoundi Ngoa has called on all regional and local authorities in the basic education sector to harmonise lessons per level and per class and submit to the Inspectorate of national education for eventual sharing across the national territory.

He has equally called on them to print out and photocopy lessons and exercises to distribute to communities especially for examination classes.

Published on 28.04.2020

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