The National Capital District has embarked on improving education standards in schools throughoutthe Nation’s Capital.
It has so far donated computers, desks and reading books to ensure this is achieved. The donations are part of its learning facilities program.
The reading books costing K376, 200 will be distributed tothe 42 Primary Schools inthe Nation’s Capital.
Yesterday, heads ofthese schools were present atthe Ted Diro Primary School to receivetheir donations.
The national government’s free education policy has seen an increase in student numbers putting a strain on learning facilities in school.
This gesture by NCD through its learning facilities program hopes to ease this burden and enhancethe level of education in schools.
It is not a one off thing but will continue inthe years to come.
Teachersat Ted Diro were grateful ofthe assistance. However, like teachers throughoutthe countrythey expressed concern overtheir welfare.
They say it is a culmination of many factors that affect students’learning andthe national government must seriously addresstheir plight.
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