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Ensuring educational excellence involves equitable participation of teachers and students: Education Ministry’s branch in Southern region

The Education Ministry’s branch in the Southern region indicated that the process of ensuring educational excellence involves equitable participation of teachers and students. It made the statement at an assessment meeting it conducted recently, during which it was stated that 84% of Elementary students and 81% of Junior as well as High School students got passing marks in the academic year 2012/2013.

Mendefera, 24 July 2013 – The Education Ministry’s branch in the Southern region indicated that the process of ensuring educational excellence involves equitable participation of teachers and students. It made the statement at an assessment meeting it conducted recently, during which it was stated that 84% of Elementary students and 81% of Junior as well as High School students got passing marks in the academic year 2012/2013.

Speaking at the meeting, Mr. Kaleab Tesfasilasie, head of the branch office, noted the need of maintaining the virtues witnessed during the past academic year in making preparations for future undertakings, and called on parents and teachers to work jointly as regards fostering student enthusiasm.

The participants of the meeting put forth views regarding several issues.

Meanwhile, the inhabitants of the Southern region have extended a total of 5.5 million Nakfa for the construction of teachers’ residential accommodation and school fences. Moreover, a number of students in the region made remarkable accomplishments pertaining to renovation of dirt roads, supporting families of martyrs and needy individuals, as well as soil and water conservation through vacation time volunteering.

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