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Call made to reinforce participation of stakeholders for the success of teaching and learning process

At a meeting conducted on 25 February organized by the Education Ministry’s branch in the Central region, in which Mr. Semere Russom, Minister of Education, officials of the Central region, members of the Assembly, parents’ committee, Directors, supervisors as well as other stakeholders participated, a call has been made to reinforce participation of stakeholders for the success of teaching and learning process.

Asmara, 27 February 2014- At a meeting conducted on 25 February organized by the Education Ministry’s branch in the Central region, in which Mr. Semere Russom, Minister of Education, officials of the Central region, members of the Assembly, parents’ committee, Directors, supervisors as well as other stakeholders participated, a call has been made to reinforce participation of stakeholders for the success of teaching and learning process.

On the occasion, Ms. Halima Mohammed, Head of the Education Ministry’s branch in the region, said that the trainings provided as regards method of evaluating students and for new teachers and directors have made significant contribution in the process.

Mr. Mesfun Woldeselasie, Head of basic education, indicated that all schools commenced their programs on schedule and that measures have been taken to alleviate shortage of school material, and that strong follow-up is being conducted to avoid unjustified absence of teachers.

Mr. Yohannes Solomon, Head of High Schools Affairs, explained that vigorous efforts are being exerted to minimize students’ dropout, and that as a result female school enrollment and competence are on the rise.

Meanwhile, Mr. Kahsai Gebrehiwot, Administrator of the Central region, called on parents and teachers to work hand in hand with a view to nurturing youth equipped with education and societal values.

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