Total elimination of schools under trees - Alban Bagbin
Member of Parliament for Nadowli-Kaleo Constituency, Alban Bagbin has disclosed his position on the government's free senior high school.
According to the former minister, 'making SHS free will not in, and of itself, guarantee quality. Free SHS policy in essence remains only one of the important means to the larger goal of an all-round quality human being at the end of the educational conveyor belt'.
The Hon Minister discloses this on his face book wall.
Below is the statement of Hon Bagbin
Part 2: My Position on Free SHS
As far as I am concerned Free SHS may sound more captivating; and as a vote winning slogan, more promising. But in essence it remains only one of the important means to the larger goal of an all-round quality human being at the end of the educational conveyor belt.
Free SHS is in this sense only one of the horses which, working in synergy with other horses will deliver the end result of a quality human being. Cherry picking, or making SHS free will not in, and of itself, guarantee quality.
In the educational production process at this time, other inputs must take priority over a blanket Free SHS. Inputs such as
1. Better remuneration for the Teacher
2. Acquisition of learning aids
3. Total elimination of schools under trees
4. Better educational infrastructure
Think about it!
By: Jessey Kuntu Blankson
Published by GWS Online GH : 2017-12-24
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