GA W: More classrooms to deal with overcrowding - MCE
The Ga West Municipal Assembly is to build more classroom blocks to help ease overcrowding in both Primary and Junior High Schools (JHS), Municipal Chief Executive for the area, Clement Wilkinson has revealed.

Date Created : 7/4/2017 7:21:56 AM : Story Author : Emmanuel Frimpong/

The MCE who attributed the situation to increase in population and introduction of some significant educational policies such as the Capitation grant and school feeding programme by the erstwhile Kuffour administration however, added it was up to the assembly to take up the task to put up more school blocks to match the current number.

The Ga West Municipality is currently being faced with inadequate classrooms, a situation that has compelled some head teachers of the various schools to enroll twice the GES required number of pupils per class.

However, speaking in an interview with, the MCE noted that all hopes were not lost as the assembly is bent on putting up more structures to improve teaching and learning.

He said the assembly will also expedite action on all ongoing school blocks in the area to ensure their intended purposes are achieved.