AIP Côte d’Ivoire-AIP/ Législatives 2021 : Une campagne sous le signe de la solidarité pour le candidat RHDP de Divo commune AIP Côte-d’Ivoire-AIP/ Une mission de paix du ministère de l’Intérieur à Bongouanou AIP Côte d’Ivoire-AI/ Législatives 2021: Bictogo lance la campagne des candidats RHDP de Bouaké GNA Auto electrician jailed for stealing GNA Managers of PWDs debunk alleged misappropriation of funds GNA Bibiani MCE distributes PPEs to traders AIP Côte d’Ivoire- AIP/ Législative 2021 : Le député sortant relève la nécessité pour le RHDP de conserver le poste de Ouragahio AIP Côte d’Ivoire-AIP/ Les comités de veille de la cohésion sociale proposent un pacte de non-agression entre communautés du Gôh AIP Côte d’Ivoire-AIP/ Législatives 2021: La candidate de EDS appelle à un vote utile à Aboisso sous-préfecture AIP Côte d’Ivoire AIP/ Législatives 2021: La liste RHDP de Grand-Bassam officiellement présentée aux populations

Reopening of Schools: 80 Per cent of early childhood centres ready

  18 Janvier      21        Education (4427),


Accra, Jan.18, GNA – About 80 per cent of school proprietors, have stated their preparedness to protect themselves and their pupils against COVID-19 when schools reopen.

A study conducted by the Centre for Learning and Childhood Disabilities (CLCD) said a high percentage of teachers (61.2 per cent) and proprietors (81 per cent) said they were ready to resume academic work, with the schools designating special areas for the sick.
Dr Kwame Sakyi, Executive Director of CLCD told the Ghana News Agency that they interviewed a total of 456 persons, including 379 Early Childhood Development (ECD) teachers; and 77 ECD Proprietors/Managers, directors, administrators, caretakers, and head teachers.

The study indicated that the most feasible ways teachers and proprietors said they could prevent COVID-19 in their schools were for the children to wear nose masks and for the schools to also have more tents/spaces to implement social distancing, with many disapproving a shift system.

It said close to half (47 per cent of teachers and 48 per cent of proprietors) of the study participants reported that they had not received any training on how to teach and prevent COVID-19 in the classroom.

The study said about 67 per cent of teachers and 80 per cent of proprietors, would like to receive training on how to prevent the spread of the virus in the classroom.

Dr Sakyi said schools with limited resources should be provided with tents so they could promote social distancing and that back to school campaigns should not only encourage students to return but teachers as well.

Dans la même catégorie