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We’ll scrap double track ‘asap’ when we come to power – former minister

Mr Kyeremeh says, NDC will scrap the double track system as soon as possible when the party comes to power

Former Deputy Education Minister for the pre-tertiary level, Mr Alex Kyeremeh says the double track system will be cancelled when the National Democratic Congress [NDC] comes to power again.

Mr Kyeremeh says there is no need for some students to be in school while others stay at home to wait for their turn to be in school.

According to him, the double track system will not ensure good quality education for the students.

“The green track went to school on, I think September 15, and will be coming back home at the end of October, within a matter of one month, what have they learnt in school?,” he asked when speaking with Peace FM’s Oheneba Kennedy.

According to Mr Kyeremeh, the focus should not be on just admitting a lot of students, but the final outcome; ‘good quality education.’

“So, when we come to power, we’ll scrap this policy [double track system] as soon as possible and introduce a proper policy,” Mr Kyeremeh stated.

According to him, increasing infrastructure will even augment the good quality education expected in the country’s educational system.


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