Municipal Chief Executive  Officer for West Gonja Municipality, Musah Kusubari and the Savannah Regional Director of Ghana Education Service, Hajia Katumih Nantogmah Attah have called on all Stakeholders in the Savannah Region, particularly parents and community leaders to be a part of arms in addressing the low education standards in the Region.

According to the statement, high quality education doesn’t come in a vacuum, therefore, the necessity for all to put themselves collectively and work in the direction of it.

The Savannah Region introduced a whole number of three,366 WASSCE candidates with 1,787 being males and 1,579 females.

Quality Education is a shared responsibility - West Gonja MCE, GES Dir. urge stakeholders in education

The two stakeholders have been reacting in an interview with JoyNews on the Region’s efficiency the place all 9 public senior schools proceed to carry out beneath expectation.

In an exclusive interview with JoyNews throughout their go to to some examination centres of the continuing West Africa Senior Schools Certificate Examination in 9 senior high schools the place the area is said to have carried out poorly in 2018, 2019, and 2020 WASSCE.

“It is true that things are not going the way as expected in the education system here, but we are not sleeping over it. We started something and that is why we are here to encourage and motivate the students to give off their best. The Teachers alone cannot produce the good results we all need unless all of us come together and pull that out”, the West Gonja MCE said.

Quality Education is a shared responsibility - West Gonja MCE, GES Dir. urge stakeholders in education

Mr. Kusubari additionally urged the candidates to challenge themselves and show all doubting Thomases improper.

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