Millions of students are learning the new system across the country. Furthermore, some of them are scheduled to take their final exams beginning next week. Furthermore, it is unclear whether sixth-grade students will remain in primary schools or transfer to junior secondary schools.
According to the source, new information about the school that grade six students will attend after finishing their final exams has recently emerged. According to a recent report shared by a well-known source this morning, students in sixth grade may remain in their schools for two years before entering high school. It has also been revealed that the CBC may switch from 2, 6, 3 to 2, 6, 3.
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