Postponement and Postponement

The first time MPs voted on making math GCSE compulsory was in 2016. However, it is still unclear which year will be the first year and whether mathematics will indeed become a compulsory subject. The first performance was supposed to be in 2021, but all the measures are not in place and the Ministry reportedly has not managed the time to prepare everything that should be required and to prevent this change in the admission process. The lycée and grammar schools will be the first to feel this change, while the other secondary schools will follow a year later.
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According to Cermat statistics, 22.3% of students failed the math elective in 2018, compared to 21.7% in 2017. The number of students who pass the “first exam” is declining, with the most common grade in the set of successful students being a 3.
Fewer and fewer students are opting for mathematics, and they are opting for foreign language examinations. The difference is extreme: in recent years, about 23% of students have chosen mathematics and about 77% have chosen a foreign language (mostly English). In contrast to mathematics, which has a low pass rate, about 90% of students always pass the English exam the first time
Matematické vzorce
Matematické vzorce
Math Talent
It is also worth noting, however, that not everyone has a talent for math or science. In elementary school, there were always two imaginary camps of students: those who were passionate about math and chemistry, in short, the natural sciences, and those who excelled in the humanities, aced Czech, and spoke a foreign language like a native. But what was the weakness of the humanities students? Yes, mathematics.
Whatever the outcome, the previous – less than successful – performance of the students who voluntarily chose this subject should be questioned, and on that basis, whether it is really necessary to introduce this subject as compulsory education, instead of leaving it to a part of the population that is willing to move in this direction for life It would be appropriate to evaluate, rather than to.