Schools in remote areas of Mensura sub-zone making significant impact as regards furthering educational outreach: Report
The inhabitants of Mensura sub-zone have indicated that schools in remote areas of the locality are making significant impact as regards promoting educational outreach.
Mensura, 03 March 2014 – The inhabitants of Mensura sub-zone have indicated that schools in remote areas of the locality are making significant impact as regards promoting educational outreach.
They further pointed out that the trend of school admission is on the rise, especially on the part of females, thus attesting to government endeavors in this connection.
Among students, Eyob Fikadu, Semira Idris and Kalled Saleh expressed satisfaction with the proximity of schools, and asserted that they would do their level best to play vital an role among the community members.
Mr. Anrehe Fiseha, a teacher, explained that such achievement could be made thanks to the active parental follow-up, and called for the putting in place of more computer and library facilities.
Mr. Tesfalem Beyin, School Director, stated that the government has been working on priority basis as regards furthering equitability of educational facilities, and that stepped-up efforts still need to be put up for further gratifying outcome pertaining to raising female participation in education.
Likewise, Mr. Adem Mohammed Ali, Supervisor, disclosed that noteworthy accomplishment has been registered regarding Adult Education.