Director for education in the Kumasi Metropolis, Mr David Oppong, has advised parents and guardians of pupils who are set to write the Basic Education Certificate Examination ( BECE) to assist them to study better
He admonished them to work closely with their teachers to facilitate learning especially while at home to prepare them for the forthcoming examination.
“What we expect parents to do is to collaborate with teachers to draw up a timetable for their wards to keep them busily learning, because time is not on their side.
The pupils have missed a lot of academic work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which kept them at home for a long time,” Mr Oppong told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Kumasi,
This was on the sidelines of the inspection of facilities at the Kumasi Senior High Technical School (KSTS) – to identify learning challenges for prompt redress by the government and educational authorities.
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Source: Ghana News Agency