A meeting held in Debarwa sub-zone, Southern region emphasized the need to focus on bringing about qualitative change on students.
Debarwa, 29 january 2012 – A meeting held in Debarwa sub-zone, Southern region emphasized the need to focus on bringing about qualitative change on students.
The meeting in which school directors and supervisors of 29 schools in the district attended, discussed in detail the comparative advantages and disadvantages of the teaching-learning process in each and every school in the district, the relationship expected with parents, undertakings in sports and cultural activities, as well as benefits recorded in adult education programs.
The assessment meeting pointed out that 140 teachers and school supervisors received training in the teaching-learning process and evaluated that teaching would be more productive provided that a tripartite participatory arrangement is established between students, teachers and parents.
Following his presentation of an assessment report of the teaching-learning process in Debarwa sub-zone, Mr. Mehari Kiros, branch head of the Education Ministry in the sub-zone, reminded teachers and the concerned organizations to increase efforts in order to produce students equipped with necessary knowledge.
Head of basic education in the Southern region Mr. Tewelde Abraham on his part said that the Government has established basic educational infrastructure whilst providing free education. He further reminded parents to regularly follow-up on their children’s progress in school by consulting with their respective teachers.
Dubarwa sub-zone has 29 schools.