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The Daily Graphic commends President Akufo-Addo for his pronouncement on the controversial Comprehensive Sexuality Education, CSE, when he reaffirmed Education Minister Matthew Opoku Prempeh’s assurance that the CSE has not been approved and will not be included in the curriculum. The paper thinks the pronouncement is timely and should calm nerves to bring finality to the debate that was drawing ‘battle’ lines between government and stakeholders to continue to forge together to build a better Ghana. The Graphic believes the CSE issue and the declaration by President Akufo-Addo should serve as a lesson to the government apparatus and people entrusted with the responsibility to manage information to always be timeous and not allow the air to be polluted with incomplete or inaccurate information before stepping in.

The Ghanaian Times doffs its hat for teachers found in every nook and cranny of the country teaching and training the youth to acquire the right education, skills and attitudes to be useful and contribute to the development of society. The Times says it is aware teachers work in very difficult environment. Some risk their lives to cross rivers, streams, and journey through forests to reach out to some disadvantaged communities to impart knowledge to them. It is for these reasons that, teachers need encouragement and support from all particularly parents to be alive to their responsibilities. On the occasion of World Teachers Day, the Times urges government to continue to motivate and build the capacities of teachers to deliver quality education. The paper appeals to teachers to justify the investment made in the education sector for sustainable development.

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