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Central Region Administration Steps Up Efforts To Bring Tangible Change In Teaching-Learning Process

In a meeting with school directors, supervisors, teachers’ representatives and others yesterday, the Administrator of Central region, Mr. Kahsai Gebrehiwot, disclosed that the regional Administration would step up efforts in the next two years aimed at bringing tangible change in the teaching-learning process.

Asmara, 12 December 2010 – In a meeting with school directors, supervisors, teachers’ representatives and others yesterday, the Administrator of Central region, Mr. Kahsai Gebrehiwot, disclosed that the regional Administration would step up efforts in the next two years aimed at bringing tangible change in the teaching-learning process.

He said that school directors and area Administrators have primary responsibility in ensuring quality education in addition to the role of parents and other partners.

Pointing out that that the delay witnessed at the beginning of the school year has had a negative impact on the teaching-learning process, Mr. Kahsai called on the concerned bodies to take remedial steps and that the regional Administration would play its due role in encouraging exemplary teachers.

The Administrator noted that the academic year of 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 would a time of intensive educational investment in the Central region, and urged the public at large to redouble efforts to this end.

Reports disclosed that there exist about 140,000 students, over 330 schools and more than 3,000 teachers in the region. Moreover, it is noted that 87% of  the general population of the region have eradicated illiteracy.

 

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