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Parents need to properly follow up student academic performance: Report

The Education Ministry’s branch in the Southern region urged parents to properly follow up their children’s academic performance, besides extending the necessary support in their education.

Mendefera, 15 October 2010 – The Education Ministry’s branch in the Southern region urged parents to properly follow up their children’s academic performance, besides extending the necessary support in their education.

Speaking at a meeting, the head of the branch office, Mr. Kaleab Tesfaslasie, indicated that the awareness of students and parents regarding the significance of education continues to grow, and that student enrollment has increased from about 179,000 last year to over 188,000 this year.

The fact that parents are sending their children to school at the right age fully attests to the growing awareness about education, he added. The delays that used to be witnessed in the beginning of classes have also been reduced thanks to coordinated endeavors of all partners.

Highlighting the significance of such meeting in tackling the loopholes encountered in the teaching-learning process, the participants adopted a number of resolutions and recommendations towards facilitating academic activities.

Reports indicated that there are 345 educational institutions from the elementary to secondary level in the region.

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