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Northern Red Sea region: Call made for enhanced parental role as regards raising school admission rate

The Education Ministry’s branch in the Northern Red Sea region has called for enhanced parental role as regards raising school admission rate.

Massawa, 02 March 2014 – The Education Ministry’s branch in the Northern Red Sea region has called for enhanced parental role as regards raising school admission rate. It made the call at an assessment meeting this week, during which the prevailing challenges were scrutinized thoroughly.

Accordingly, the number of schools in the region ranging from Elementary to High School level stands at 256, while that of students reaches more than 52,000, and inspiring the tripartite relation among teachers, parents and students was described to be of vital importance to this end.

The participants of the meeting exchanged ideas on the presented reports, and put forth views focusing on several issues.

Speaking at the meeting, Mr. Reshid Mohammed Osman, head of the branch office, disclosed that a total of 9 mobile schools have been launched during the current academic year in a bid to register higher educational impact in the remote areas of Gelalo, Adobha, Qrora and Afabet sub-zones. He went on to explain that integrated efforts constitute a prerequisite pertaining to giving added impetus to the teaching-learning process and thereby nurturing dynamic students, besides calling on nationals to back up endeavors being exerted to raise female participation in education.

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