Teaching unions were in uproar on Thursday over a decision allowing private school graduates to obtain a place in state universities Tepak and the University of Cyprus (UCy) using the results of their international exams rather than taking the state Pancyprian examinations. The decision is a temporary one, valid for... The post State school teachers outraged over university move to accept private school students appeared first on Cyprus Mail. (Date:08/22/2019 19:09) Read full article >>

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