School Improvement Support Officers (SISOs) formerly known as Circuit Supervisors (C/S) in the Northern Region (N/R) who were excluded in the distribution of motorbikes are appealing to the Ministry of Education to give them new motorbikes to enable them do effective monitoring and supervision.
According to them,the motorbikes been used by them are very weak and makes it difficult to travel on bad roads and visit schools at regular intervals.
They also argued, that the maintenance of such weak motorbikes has become a drain on their salaries.
They are therefore calling on Ministry of Education (MOE) to come to their aid.
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”The success of the standard Based Curriculum and the common Core Program depend largely on supervision and monitoring of schools and since that is the mandate of SISOs,they need to be empowered with strong motorbikes and allowances.” They said.
The SISOs who were mostly affected and excluded in the distribution of motorbikes are Saboba, Karaga, Bimbilla, kpandai and Nanumba south.
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