The Education Ministry has spoken through the Deputy Minister of Education Dr Osei Yaw Adu Twum on the current plans towards the reopening of schools starting from the gradual SHS reopening and subsequent opening of the Basic in early 2020.
The Deputy Minister told Reporters and jourbalist that prior the reopening, the Education Ministry and the Ghana Education Service are putting in place strategic planning for the construction of infrastructure all over Basic Schools and Senior High Schools.
Dr Osei Yaw Adu Twum who is also the member of Parliament for the Bosomtwe constituency was in the company of reporters to inspect current infrastructure under the Ghana Education Service Trust Fund.
The Minister explained that, more infrastructure ahead of the reopening will help the separation of classes into A,B and C to enhance proper social distancing.
The same infrastructure will help solve the current double track system run in the Senior High Schools.
His constituents who followed lauded his good works and urged his ministry to keep on working hard.
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