Some level 400 students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) are demonstrating against management of the school over challenges with their grading system.

The students, clad in red and black, said the management has not shown any urgency in resolving their complaints. 

They insist it is a deliberate attempt by school authorities not to release their results on the student portal.

However, they have declined to speak to journalists on the issue for fear of victimisation.

But media reports have confirmed that some of the students boycotted their end-of-semester exams.

Meanwhile, the Director, Institute of Educational Research and Innovation Studies at the School, Professor Avea Nsor has said Management has met to address the problem. 

“We agreed that some steps should be taken, that all exam officers should work to try and rectify that”.

Prof Nsor, however, said the student portal is being migrated to a new platform and was experiencing some challenges.

“But it is something we can deal with, and we are dealing with it,” he assured.

Some of the students protested over what they say is a deliberate attempt by school authorities not to release their results on the student portal.

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