The Aowin Municipal has thirty six (36) Pre-Schools, One Hundred Primary Schools (100) and Forty (40) Junior Secondary Schools, Two (2) Senior Secondary Schools and one (1) Teacher Training College. These are Public Schools.
Private Sector has also contributed greatly to the human resource development of the district. There are several privately owned schools in the Municipality, which are categorized into Pre-School, Primary Schools and Junior Secondary.
Municipal Assembly in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Departments, Agencies and other development partners has for the past years undertaken a massive construction of classroom blocks and teachers quarters for basic schools in the district. A congenial teaching and learning environment is assured for the teachers and pupils/ students.
Brentu Senior Secondary school has also benefitted from educational facilities such as Masters Bungalow and a classroom block to ease problems in those respects. The programme to improve educational facilities at both the basic and secondary levels is critical to the district development in ensuring the availability of skilled personnel for development.
In the case of educational personnel development, the Aowin Municipal Assembly has for the past 4 years sponsored the training of teachers for the Public Basic Schools in the district so as to ensure access of children of school going age to educational opportunities in the Municipality are six educational circuits with qualified supervisors to ensure effective teaching and learning.
Aowin Municipal also has one of the four Teacher Training Colleges in the Region. The school having been elevated to the level of a tertiary institution can currently award Diploma Certificates to the graduates. The selection of the School as one of the learning centres for the President’s Special Initiative on Distance Learning gives a great boost to the Assembly’s human resource development efforts.
Assembly has for the past years supported the activities of the school. For example a model basic school has been put up for the practical training of teachers among others. In addition a reasonable percentage of its funds is used in sponsoring the training of teachers to serve in the Municipality.
Non-Formal Education Division has also been reorganized to help improve adult Iiteracy, especially among farmers for the adoption of modern farming practices and to access investment opportunities and financial credit facilities.
Non-formal Education Sector has a District Coordinator, Logistics Officer and twelve (12) Zonal Supervisors. There are also 100 facilitators in several communities. The division seeks to make functionally literate, those who did not benefit from formal education, to enable them improve their socio economic activities and participate in local governance.
Date Created : 11/17/2017 8:18:42 AM