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Sekyere Kumawu DCE Salutes Education Minister 

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The minister in charge of Education,Hon.Yaw Adutwum  has been lauded by the District Chief Executive for Sekyere Kumawu in the Ashanti Region ,Hon.Samuel Addai Agyekum for his enormous contributions  toward education in his  area.
According to the DCE,the sector minister who doubles as the Member of Parliament for Bosomtwi constituency has officially introduced students of Tweneboah Kodua Senior High School  to a new education program dubbed; Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
STEM is an important program that has been introduced to  teach critical thinking skills and instills a passion for innovation.
 
Mr.Addai Agyekum further noted ,  the introduction of this innovation program in the school will help students to acquire it  desired benefits.
 He noted that,beyond the benefit of learning science, technology, engineering, and math, STEM assists in the problem-solving and exploratory learning that fuel success across a variety of tasks and disciplines.
 
The aforementioned benefits of the program has compelled the District Chief Executive of the area to once again express his sincere gratitude to the minister in charge of Education for enrolling one of his schools in the  district on the program.
 
“Hon.Adutwum has been supportive to the district since he became the education minister.
 
His office saw to the introduction of the free senior high school program which alot of our brothers and sisters have benefited.
 
It’s our prayer that God gives him more of  wisdom and ideas to make our education system a better sector.”He noted.
STEM teaching according to research goes beyond the mere transfer of knowledge.
 
STEM teaching engages students and equips them with critical thinking , problem solving , creative and collaborative skills ,and ultimately establishes connections between the school ,work place, community and the global economy.
 
Source:Broadcastergh.com

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Sekyere Kumawu DCE Salutes Education Minister 

281
The minister in charge of Education,Hon.Yaw Adutwum  has been lauded by the District Chief Executive for Sekyere Kumawu in the Ashanti Region ,Hon.Samuel Addai Agyekum for his enormous contributions  toward education in his  area.
According to the DCE,the sector minister who doubles as the Member of Parliament for Bosomtwi constituency has officially introduced students of Tweneboah Kodua Senior High School  to a new education program dubbed; Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
STEM is an important program that has been introduced to  teach critical thinking skills and instills a passion for innovation.
 
Mr.Addai Agyekum further noted ,  the introduction of this innovation program in the school will help students to acquire it  desired benefits.
 He noted that,beyond the benefit of learning science, technology, engineering, and math, STEM assists in the problem-solving and exploratory learning that fuel success across a variety of tasks and disciplines.
 
The aforementioned benefits of the program has compelled the District Chief Executive of the area to once again express his sincere gratitude to the minister in charge of Education for enrolling one of his schools in the  district on the program.
 
“Hon.Adutwum has been supportive to the district since he became the education minister.
 
His office saw to the introduction of the free senior high school program which alot of our brothers and sisters have benefited.
 
It’s our prayer that God gives him more of  wisdom and ideas to make our education system a better sector.”He noted.
STEM teaching according to research goes beyond the mere transfer of knowledge.
 
STEM teaching engages students and equips them with critical thinking , problem solving , creative and collaborative skills ,and ultimately establishes connections between the school ,work place, community and the global economy.
 
Source:Broadcastergh.com