The Minister for Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum has urged newly appointed Ambassadors and High Commissioners to the Republic of Ghana to support and promote education development in the country.
Speaking to some newly appointed Ghana’s Ambassadors and High Commissioners, the Education Minister entreated them to liaise with donor agencies in their countries to get grants to promote education development.
The Bosomtwe Member of Parliament (MP) in his address assured the representatives of the foreign countries his outfit’s readiness to promote the development of the various facets of the economy through education.
In a separate meeting with Management and staff of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Dr Adutwum similarly urged them to support the Education Ministry and be worthy ambassadors of the pre-tertiary education.
According to him, his primary objective is to create a public basic education system that would outcompete the private basic school system, where parents would scramble for spaces in the public basic school system.
Adutwum in his concluding remarks tasked the GES Management to create suggestion boxes and place them at vantage points for staff to drop their ideas on how best to improve the pre-tertiary education system.