UNITED Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Representative to Jamaica, Robert Fuderich, has joined calls for a more humane measure than the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) to be used for the transition of children from the primary to secondary school system.

“The stress that people go through, the stress that it brings on our children, the disappointment afterwards are all hurting our kids, and I really wish that there could be some creative way of getting beyond this,” said Fuderich

Top of the morning Stush fam, what do we think, is GSAT our nations children’s best friend or worst enemy?

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