Asmara, 17 September 2023 – On September 16, the Central Region Ministry of Education branch convened a meeting to examine the teaching-learning process for the 2022–2023 academic year.
The discussion was centered on identifying the strengths and challenges faced throughout the academic year and solving the challenges for a better provision of educational services, according to Mr. Belay Habtegabir, head of the education office in the sub-zone.
Mr. Belay also urged parents to keep track of their children’s academic progress over time and to play a role in the growth of teaching-learning.
According to Mr. Yohannes Solomon, the head of secondary schools at the education branch, out of the Central Region students who completed their high school education at Sawa and took the national school leaving examination in the 12th grade, 41.8% received scores that qualified them for degree and diploma programs.
Mr. Petros Hailemariam, a representative of the Ministry of Education, stressed that despite the good results, there is still work to be done and advocated for improved relationships between students, parents, and teachers.
Mr. Abraham Solomon, chairman of the regional Assembly, Col. Gebrehannes Woldegergis, director general of social services in the region, and Mr. Zerit Tewoldebrhan, managing director in the Central Region, attended the evaluation meeting.