Parents of students that have been affected by last year’s controversial grading of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Exam have launched a lawsuit against the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC).
A law firm located in Barbados has since come forward to represent the students that have been affected by the grades. This was announced by the parents on Monday in Barbados Aegis Chambers, will represent the students free of charge.
The disgruntled Parents took these measures after they did not get any satisfactory response from the Council regarding the suspicious grades.
Several other islands in the region have launched complaints, however, Barbados was the first to take further action, since the upsetting result came out September 22, 2020.
The parents of students in Barbados in Association with Allied advocates have successful convince the CXC Council to Re-Examine the grades.
The CXC council has acknowledged several discrepancies with regards to the grades and has since decided that they will remark the Exam papers.