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Quality of teaching and learning could be best – Achimota PTA Chair

Executive of the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the Achimota School has expressed that the Free Senior High School program, has somewhat, influenced the nature of training. 

Talking on the Super Morning Show, Wednesday, June 9, Dr. Andre Kwesi-Kumah showed that the program has taken a ton of assets, which might have helped upgrade schooling, out of the framework. 

He said it might have been something more. For example, when the twofold track began, there were difficulties of instructor accessibility, educator quality and so forth There's a strain on assets, there are more understudies there and the homerooms may have not extended, guardians also have griped about the twofold track.

The remark was important for his commitment to conversations on the part of PTAs in the advancement of the schools since the execution of the free SHS strategy. 

During the conversation, Dr Kwasi-Kumah told cohosts, Kojo Yankson and Winston Amoah that Parent-Teacher Associations have been instrumental in the advancement of schools throughout the long term. Nonetheless, a prohibition on PTA demands, forced by the Ghana Education Service, has dwindled their assets with the end goal that they are not, at this point ready to do different ventures that will acclimate to the advantage of understudies and the schools on the loose. 

That in any case, he's hopeful that things could improve if guardians are permitted to help with reserves. 

He said he figure what they can do is to let guardians who can pay, pay and afterward limit the free SHS to destitute understudies just.

Dr Kwasi-Kumah utilized the chance to speak to guardians to help the exercises of PTAs.

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Achimota Andre Kwesi-Kumah PTA Parent-Teacher Association Super Morning Show


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