More female students to get admission into SSS
Gomoa-Potsin (C/R) Sept.25 GNA - The Authorities of Gomoa-Potsin TI Ahamadiyya Secondary School in the Central Region have decided to enrol more female students annually in support of the government's girl-child education programme.
Mr Mohammed K. Ackonu, Headmaster of the School, said this in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Gomoa-Potsin on Wednesday. He said the new policy has been in operation for about three years now and appealed to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, to provide financial and logistics support to enable the school to introduce more academic programmes.
Mr Ackonu commended the government for connecting the school to the national electricity grid, and appealed to the authorities to provide the area with a separate transformer to ensure uninterrupted power supply.
He expressed his appreciation to the Akyempim Rural Bank for assisting the school and appealed to other financial institutions to contribute to the development of education in the area.
Mr Ackonu commended the students for establishing a committee to maintain discipline, law and order towards enhancing teaching and learning.
He, however, said cases considered to be highly criminal were often referred to the school authorities.