EducationGhana| July 23| Contractors abandon Infrastructural Projects in Colleges of Education since 2016 – TTAG:
The President of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana(TTAG) Jonathan Dzunu has said that contractors have had to abandon Infrastructural Projects in Colleges of Education since 2016.
This he said has affected the smooth flow of academic work in the colleges if education, leading to the introduction of a double-track system in some of the colleges of education across the country.
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”Madam Chairperson, ladies and gentlemen, it will interest you to note that the government in 2016 awarded some contracts for the construction of lecture halls, dormitories, classrooms and teacher’s bungalows among others but contractors abandoned their work at the preparatory stage.”
”This situation has created a limited number of available facilities in some colleges of education, compelling colleges of education to run a double-track system.” He said.
The president made this revelation in a speech delivered at the 26th General Assembly of the Association held at the St Francis College of Education on July 22, 2022.
”Madam Chairperson, Ladies and Gentlemen, the colleges of education are bedevilled with
infrastructural challenges, challenges which have negatively affected effective academic work in most colleges of education. These infrastructural challenges have dire consequences on the safety, academic progress and success of the colleges and students.” He noted.
”As much as successive governments over the years have been making some reforms in the colleges of education, there is much more infrastructure to provide to the existing colleges.”
”These include lecture halls, hostels, sports facilities, science laboratories, road network, pipe born water and other useful facilities.” He said.
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”In this regard, we are urging the government to take pragmatic measures to complete stalled projects as well as partner Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and other benevolent groups to help provide adequate facilities to improve the infrastructure in the colleges of education to enable the colleges to contain all the 4-year group on campus.” He concluded.
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