Taking away precise academic markers may help to reduce the competition for grades, but some parents worry that they may not be able to gauge where their child stands in a cohort.
While they commended the move by the Ministry of Education (MOE) to remove indicators such as class rankings from report books, they also said that schools must keep them informed of their children's learning progress - not just academically, but also in other aspects such as skills and character.
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