Teachers have been tasked to do team teaching and vary mythology to bring results, DCE has appealed. All 47 BECE candidates in the Kunchorkor circuit made up of Pina, Kunchorkor, Banu, Bassisan, Kwapun and Wuru have pledge that if their household chores are reduced with regular feeding their current bad BECE results will see a change.
The students enumerated addition to mobile phone usage, farm work, hunger at school, inadequate textbooks and urged government to include rural schools in the school feeding programme. Targets were set for their upcoming BECE exams with Pina – 50%, Kunchorkor – 100%, Banu – 90%, Bassisan – 100% and Wuru – 95% culminating into average of 87% expected by the circuit.
These came to light when the DCE Hon. Karim Nanyua and officials of GES mapped out a strategy to meet BECE candidates with their Head teachers and Parents at the circuit level to address concerns of all parties meant to improve performance. Opening the fora the District Director of Education Leonard Annanobaala told the gathering their visit was to find out about their challenges and help them prepare to write their BECE.
Assistant Director in charge of supervision Godfrey Kanton urged teachers to do more to reverse the trend. The DCE said “We understand there exit difficulties but no matter what the situation Hon. Karim Nanyua appealed to teachers to bring a change as we are for the results. “You can bring your colleague teaches to teach where you have challenges. The women parents who participated in the fora told RadfordFM they go through a lot of difficulties taking care of their wards. On international women day they indicated picking of shear-nut and the making of dawadawa as the only source of livelihood and urged government to come to the aid of the rural parents.


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