School Performance of Indigenous Students January-May 2016


Compared to the first semester, the results for this last semester were better. Ten out of sixteen students in the elementary school had good grades. However, we sadly noticed the absence of the one student named Tsoumou Dieu Merci, who had very a good grades last semester. When we checked about her social situation, we found out that Tsoumou Dieu Merci was seriously sick and could not attend school anymore.

In Middle school, we also noticed a slight improvement in the grades. For instance, Student Malouono Bouchancy’s grades have improved from “poor to “average.”

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