Liberal Arts and Sciences Division 16:47 on December 6, seeking an immediate policy statement on a descriptive problem
Regarding the introduction of descriptive questions to the university entrance examination, the Liberal Democratic Party's MEXT will review whether it can be implemented as planned and submit a resolution to the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, to promptly express its policy. Did.
According to a resolution compiled by the Liberal Democratic Party's MEXT, `` The system for scoring a large number of answers accurately in a short period of time, as well as the discrepancy between self-scoring and scoring results, compared to the fact that scoring operations are carried out using private businesses. The issues such as, etc. are pointed out, and the anxiety of the students and parents remains. "
Based on this, we will thoroughly check and review the matters necessary to carry out the examination without disruption, and we will scrutinize whether the examination can be carried out properly, and promptly express our policy.
The high-level chairpersons of the Liberal Democratic Party's Educational Sciences Division handed over the resolution to the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of the Ministry of Education. is.
After that, the higher-level chairman told reporters: “The longer the unstable time, the more disadvantageous you are that you can't concentrate on the exam, and you can't face it with peace of mind. Our stance is that children should be given priority rather than discussion. "