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WSSS Students Appeal to Government

WSSS Students Appeal to Government

The Wesleyan Senior Secondary School (WSSS) Students at Kamakwie Karene District, North West Region has appealed to government or other prominent philanthropists to upgrade the school structure to in order foster good learning environment especially for science students.

According to one of the student, Musa Bioma, the school has several challenges including learning equipment, lack of school library, qualified Science Teachers among others.

He said, they as science students usually face difficulties to attend practical classes especially for Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Geography adding that, Agriculture is the only subject that is more practical to all students due to the environment.

“We are constrained on daily basis for science text books, exercise books, drawing Boards, standard drawing ruler and other basic amenities “,Musa said.

He stated that, if government do not intervene now and salvage this ugly situation at GSSS, he said many students will be deprived of quality education even with the implementation of the Free and equality education in September 2018.

He noted that, as science students, they do not even have teachers for both Further Mathematics and or General Mathematics noting that many students have dropped out of school because of double charges especially on extra lessons organized by untrained teachers just to exploit parents.

He appealed to the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) under the minister of primary and secondary education, Alhaji Alpha Osman Timbo to consider the deprived district with the needed support to boast education in that part of the country and beyond.

By Alhassan Bangura

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