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Beginning class on time imperative for facilitating teaching-learning process: Report

The Education Ministry’s branch in Barentu sub-zone called on parents, students and teachers to enhance contribution in avoiding delays in the beginning of classes and ensure that the teaching-learning process commence in the set timetable.  Barentu, 6 October 2010 – The Education Ministry’s branch in Barentu sub-zone called on parents, students and teachers to enhance contribution in avoiding delays in the beginning of classes and ensure that the teaching-learning process commence in the set timetable. 

In a meeting held in Barentu town in connection with the 2010/2011 academic year, the head of the branch office, Mr. Kelit Girmai, stated that continued meeting with parents, students and teachers is essentially aimed at tackling the loopholes encountered in the teaching-learning process, besides improving student performance.

The Administrator of the sub-zone, Mr. Franko Kobaba, indicated that beginning classes on time has a vital role to play in facilitating academic pursuit and that the sub-zonal administration would strive for the success of educational programs.

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