The cameras from parliamentary elections are planned to be used for the control over tests at external assessment in 2013

5 December 2012 16:34  9325862 026422
The cameras from parliamentary elections are to be used tests at external assessment in 2013

Cameras from the parliamentary elections may be used for the control over tests during the external independent assessment (EIA). This was announced today at a press conference by the director of the Ukrainian Center for Educational Quality Assessment Irina Zaitseva, reports RBC-Ukraine.

"The surveillance is necessary. I hope that we'll use what has been done, for example, at the election, but now I can not say how many rooms will be necessary for the testing. When the elections were held, many polling stations were arranged in schools" - said Zaitseva.

According to her, the decision to use cameras will be adopted when they know how many students will participate in the testing.

So far the number of students wishing to participate in the trial testing is over 250 million people, including more than 150 thousand those who have already confirmed their participation and are willing to pay. The trial testing will take place on 23 and 30 of March.

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