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Association Community School call for assistance

By
Samira Larbie/Theophania Dzadza, GNA

Accra, July 25, GNA – Mr Theodore Nii Adjetey
Adjei, the Headmaster of Association Community Model Basic School, has appealed
to stakeholders and institutions to support them with teaching resources to
enhance learning.

He said the school had achieved a lot but the
absence of computer laboratory, personal computers, sports equipment and inadequate
classrooms have led to congestion and ineffective teaching of Information
Communication Technology (ICT) in the school.

Mr Adjei made the appeal at the school’s
graduation, Speech and Prize Giving Day in Accra on the theme: “Our Quest for
Educational Excellence, the Role of the Community.”

He said though ICT played an integral role in
this modernised world, the school was seriously challenged

in the
sector with over 600 student population using only four laptops.

The Headmaster said notwithstanding these
challenges, some parents were still not providing their wards with essential
basic educational needs.  He urged
parents to see their children’s educational needs as equally important and
provide them to with the needed materials to give them a brighter future.

Mrs Gifty Twum Ampofo, the Deputy Minister of
Gender, Children and Social Protection, said education was key and necessary
for every community striving to attain sustainable development.

She explained that although everyone was aware
of the benefits of education, “It is sad to note that in Ghana, a number of
children are not given the opportunity to have access to quality education”.

She said quality education was an investment
that needed a lot of sacrifices by stakeholders, and it was imperative parents
and other stakeholders ensure that the dividend of investments in education was
realised.

“Education is about future and destiny, where
every parent must be part of what goes on with their investments, Provide for
your children, send them to school and also keep an oversight responsibility on
teachers to make sure that they are delivered and the necessary reward is
giving to teachers and the pupils,” she advised.

According to her, the Ministry of Gender,
Children and Social Protection have been working tirelessly to eliminate these
unhealthy practices by parents from the Ghanaian Society.

Mrs Ampofo urged parents to take keen interest
in their children’s education and ensure that were given the best quality
education.

She commended the teachers for their efforts
and described them as key stakeholders in the drive for sustainable
development.

Mr Vincent Odotei Sowah, the Member of
Parliament for La Dadekotopong, congratulated the school and graduands for
successes chalked so far and expressed government’s commitment in upgrading the
public school system to enable them progress.

He assured them of a new computer laboratory
to address their challenge as well as serve as a benefit for other
schools. 

GNA

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