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Commendable efforts being undertaken in Dubarwa sub-zone to strengthen teaching-learning process

At an assessment meeting, the inhabitants of different Administrative areas in Dubarwa sub-zone said that commendable efforts have been made to strengthen the teaching-learning process, build additional class rooms and put in place the necessary facilities.

 

Dubarwa, 02 December 2013- At an assessment meeting, the inhabitants of different Administrative areas in Dubarwa sub-zone said that commendable efforts have been made to strengthen the teaching-learning process, build additional class rooms and put in place the necessary facilities.

Mr. Abraham Teka, Administrator of the sub-zone, indicated that with the efforts of the Government to ensure equal distribution of education opportunities, remote areas have become beneficiaries of education in their localities, and that 80% of the inhabitants of the sub-zone from age 25 to 45 could read and write.

Mr. Merih Kiros, head of the Education’s Ministry branch in the sub-zone, also said that upgrading training has been undertaken for the benefit of more than 320 teachers.

Teachers Genet Tsgazeab and Mebrahtu Tesfamichael on their part indicated that such training would significantly help them in their work, and expressed readiness to put it into practice.

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