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Education is a priority-DCE


2009-10-29 20:31:34
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The DCE for West Gonja District Assembly Hon. Adam Mutawakilu has called on stakeholders in education to renew their commitment towards the improvement of education in the district.

This call was made when the DCE met with stakeholders and interest groups in the West Gonja district of the Northern Region.


Hon. Mutawakilu stated that education is the bedrock for development and that the district can not achieve its developmental goals when majority of its population are illiterates. He then tasked the stakeholders to see the development of education in the district as a collective responsibility .

Hon. Adam emphasised that the legacies he wants to leave behind will be an improved educational system which can stand the test of time and also motivate teachers as a tool to reach his goal.

The DCE also visited some schools to learn at first hand how the teachers are handling the students.

He promised to institute a general mock exams for all schools in the district employing the WAEC standard test administration and this is aimed at giving the students the feel of the final examination before they start their final exams and called for cooperation from the public to see his policies through.

source: ghanadistricts.com

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