Allow parents to fund their wards educational needs – GES told

Dr Eric Nkansah
Dr Eric Nkansah

Kpodo Percy Chris is calling on Ghana Education Service (GES) allow parents to fund their wards educational needs.

According to him, education is a fundamental right for all children, and parents play a critical role in ensuring that their children have access to quality education.

In Ghana, the Ministry of Education (MoE) and the Ghana Education Service (GES) are responsible for ensuring that every child has access to basic education.

However, many parents feel that the current system is not meeting the needs of their children, and they are frustrated with the lack of resources available to support their children’s education.

In recent years, there has been a growing movement among parents in Ghana to take more responsibility for their children’s education. They believe that the Ministry of Education and the GES should allow them to fund their children’s education needs in a more meaningful way. Parents argue that this would allow them to choose the best schools and resources for their children, and would ultimately lead to better educational outcomes.

One of the key issues that parents are concerned about is the lack of resources in basic schools. Many schools do not have enough textbooks, teaching materials, or trained teachers to provide effective education. Parents believe that if they were allowed to fund their children’s education needs, they could help to bridge this gap and provide their children with the resources they need to succeed.

Another issue that parents are concerned about is the quality of education in basic schools. Many parents feel that their children are not receiving a quality education, and they are frustrated with the slow pace of educational reform in the country. They believe that if they were allowed to fund their children’s education needs, they could help to drive educational reform and ensure that every child in Ghana receives a quality education.

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Despite the challenges, many parents in Ghana are taking an active role in their children’s education. They are working with schools and community organizations to provide resources and support for their children, and they are advocating for greater parental involvement in the education system. Through their efforts, they are demonstrating the importance of effective education in basic schools, and the critical role that parents play in ensuring that their children have access to quality education.

Kpodo Percy Chris noted that, the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service should recognize the importance of parental involvement in education and should allow parents to fund their children education needs in a more meaningful way.

This would help to ensure that every child in Ghana has access to quality education, and would empower parents to take a more active role in their children’s education. Effective education in basic schools is critical for the future success of Ghana, and it is up to all stakeholders to work together to ensure that every child has access to the resources and support they need to succeed.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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