China News Service, Nanjing, January 5th (Xu Shanshan) A reporter learned from the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education on the 5th that the "Jiangsu Province Compulsory Education School Examination Management Standards" (hereinafter referred to as "Examination Management Standards") and "Jiangsu Province Compulsory Education Student Work Management Standards (hereinafter referred to as “Homework Management Standards”) were issued recently, aiming to strictly control the total amount of students' homework in compulsory education, strictly regulate school examination behaviors, and effectively reduce the pressure of students' examinations, and promote students' overall development and healthy growth.
The "Examination Management Standards" requires that, except for the academic proficiency test of junior high school graduates, other tests do not have the function of screening and selection.
It is strictly forbidden to organize examinations such as "younger up to elementary school" and "small up to elementary school".
The school organizes examination questions to strictly regulate the content of the examination, reasonably control the difficulty of the examination, and shall not exceed the "Compulsory Education Curriculum Standards" and teaching progress, and promote the examination of questions from knowledge evaluation to literacy evaluation.
The "Examination Management Standards" clearly states that no paper-based test will be conducted in the first and second grades of elementary school. The school organizes a final exam every semester for the third to sixth grades of elementary school and each grade of junior high school. Each grade of junior high school is based on the reality of different subjects and can be arranged again. midterm.
Except for the academic proficiency test of students who have graduated from junior high school, no selection test linked to further studies shall be organized.
The "Examination Management Standards" emphasizes that, with the exception of the state and Jiangsu Province’s compulsory education quality monitoring, all localities shall not conduct regional unified testing and unified testing in disguised form in the name of quality monitoring, and shall not organize regional and inter-school exams for each grade of primary school and non-graduating grades of junior high school. take an exam.
Schools are not allowed to organize weekly, monthly, and unit exams, and must not organize exams in disguise under the names of tests, tests, time-limited exercises, academic research, etc., and must not use daily homework as a supplementary form of exams.
Schools must not jointly hold student-oriented examinations with off-campus training institutions.
Junior high school graduation grades are resolutely prohibited from catching up with the teaching progress and finishing classes ahead of schedule to prepare for exams.
The "Code of Homework Management" requires that under the premise of respecting students’ individual differences, it is ensured that no written homework is assigned in the first and second grades of elementary school, and appropriate consolidation exercises can be arranged in the school; the average completion time of written homework for the third to sixth grades of elementary school does not exceed 60 minutes per day ; The average completion time of written assignments in junior high schools does not exceed 90 minutes a day.
The total amount of written work time should also be controlled on weekends, winter and summer vacations, and statutory holidays.
Encourage exploration and implementation of homework-free writing and no-workday systems.
The "Homework Management Standards" stipulates that teachers should make full use of after-school service time, encourage students to complete their homework independently, and prevent plagiarism.
The consolidation exercises for the first and second grades of elementary school are all completed in the school, the third to sixth grades basically complete the written assignments in the school, and the junior high school students complete most of the written assignments in the school.
At the same time, we must respect students and give parents the right to regulate their work and rest. If the student’s body and family have special circumstances, or the day’s homework affects the student’s sleep, the student or parent can apply to the teacher to make up or exempt it.