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Ginda: Stakeholder rapport vital for increased enrollment

Good stakeholder ties and communication among teachers, students and parents is vital towards raising student competence and enrollment.

Ginda, 11 June 2015 – Good stakeholder ties and communication among teachers, students and parents is vital towards raising student competence and enrollment. This was explained at a recent assessment meeting of the Education Ministry’s branch in Ginda sub-zone in which Area administrators, supervisors, school directors and parents took part.

Mr. Saleh Ahmed, head of the branch office, stated that 90% of students at Elementary, 70% at Junior and Secondary levels have scored passing marks this year. This positive outcome is partly due to structured and periodic consultations between all the interested parties, Mr. Saleh underlined.

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