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On October 5th, Barbados Today published an article about a controversial computer science test held in Barbados.

The original article, and subsequent Oct 6 articles mentioned, the Ministry of Education, Technological & Vocational Training, and the Inter-American Development Bank, (see here, here and here). I contacted on October 5 and asked the following questions: questions from Amit
Screenshot of Questions sent on Oct 5, 2022 (click to enlarge).

Today (Oct 6), I received the following reply from responses from Amit.
Screenshot of Reply received Oct 6, 2022 (click to enlarge).

As per BT’s initial Oct 5 and 6th articles, and’s Oct 6th reply to my queries (and the IDB’s Oct 6th statement and apology, and The Ministry’s response and apology), it seems – to me at least – that was not involved.

1 Comment on " responds to questions around controversial test in Barbados"

  1. This response and the subsequent responses from the Ministry and IADB leave to beg the questions……what was the purpose of the test? and….was Code used as a patsy or smoke screen for another agenda?

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