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Teaching-learning process on pace of development in Qrora sub-zone: Report

Qrora, 28 May 2013 – The Education Ministry’s branch in Qrora sub-zone pointed out that the teaching-learning process is assuming development pace in the locality vis-à-vis reinforcement of junior education pedagogy and beginning of computer classes.

Qrora, 28 May 2013 – The Education Ministry’s branch in Qrora sub-zone pointed out that the teaching-learning process is assuming development pace in the locality vis-à-vis reinforcement of junior education pedagogy and beginning of computer classes.

Mr. Abdullahi Saleh, head of the branch office, explained that the local inhabitants used to lead a nomadic pattern of living before 20 years, thus giving rise to low community participation in education, and that the awareness of the inhabitants as regards to education has presently assumed significant growth. He further indicated that computer classes, which are being conducted on the basis of solar energy, have become a springboard to further student competence, besides the growing trend of female participation in school registration.

Moreover, Mr. Abdullahi expressed appreciation for the growing participation of communities in academy related issues, and said that such popular involvement attests to the growing awareness in this regard. He also disclosed that the number of schools in the locality grew from 5 to 11 over the past 5 years, furthering child participation in education considerably, and called on Area administrations and communities to enhance role so as to achieve still more gratifying outcome.

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