During the interpellation for the State Matura in the Parliament, the Minister of Education and Sports Evis Kushi made an analysis of the State Matura 2021, as well as underlined the measures taken for the progress of the State Matura 2022.
Last year ‘s reactions to the math exam and the graduates’ dissatisfaction led to the immediate reflection of the ministry, which with experts, teachers and graduates made a quick analysis and after assessing the concerns for all tests, as well as taking into account difficulties of the pandemic, by unanimous decision of the State Matura Committee it was decided to reduce the minimum passing threshold and that of points for each grade.
The Minister said that the novelty for this year is that the test evaluation process will be supervised by working groups set up by the MES, guaranteeing higher quality evaluation.
Together with QSHA, in the coming weeks will be organized information meetings, awareness, counseling, with graduates but also teachers and leaders of educational institutions, to ensure that the regulation is recognized and properly implemented.
“We are organizing many more trainings related to the Matura regulations, with preliminary tests, we have taken measures to have training and certification for teachers who will be part of the process. Not every teacher can be a part. Only those who have high results and ratings.
The design of the question fund should be done in high security conditions, the selection of the final test will be done with the Koeps method, made by the best teachers we have in the system.
This year, the exam will be supervised and groups of the Ministry of Education.
We will take measures so that the assessment is done within a short time, to give time to graduates who want to study abroad. The deadline for those who want to study yachts is July 5, for others, the maximum deadline is July 15”.