The Education Ministry has refused the reports which are circulating in the media that the government intends to put an end to single sex education system.
In a statement signed by Vincent Assifuah, who is Public Relations Officer, the Ministry asked the public to take no notice of the said publication and treat it with the disrespect which it deserves.
The statement said in part that he want to take this opportunity to give a warning all and various to bring to the doorsteps of the ministry of education all concerns and doubts for restore.
The Minister of State in charge of tertiary education, Prof Kwesi Yankah while on a becoming accustomed tour to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology lauded the authorities of the school for converting all single sex halls to unisex.
Prof Yankah said that if they continue to be responsible for the exclusive male and exclusive female thing within our setting, in the light of realities, they will not be helping in the realization of the national development plan. So he said he is here to congratulate people for the superb thing done.
In the statement reproachful the newspaper, the Education Ministry, on the other hand, noted that the Nana Akufo-Addo-led government still committed to ensure that girl child education remains a main concern on the developmental agenda of our country.
The statement said that government is committed to increasing the numbers as far as female education is concerned particularly in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
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