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Parent Teacher Associations

Parent Teacher Associations
The Ministers of Basic and Secondary Education during an information exchange forum on November 24 stated the importance of PTAs and measures to inject more order.

Politique Accueil Détail de l'article The Ministers of Basic and Secondary Education during an information exchange forum on November 24 stated the importance of PTAs and measures to inject more order.Members of the Committee on Education, Vocational Training and Youth of the National Assembly and cabinet ministers of the Basic and Secondary Education sectors have agreed on the pivotal role of Parent Teacher Associations (PTA) in the education sector and the need to put more order for the  desired objectives of  their creation to be fully attained.Ministers Laurent Serge Etoundi Ngoa of Basic Education and Nalova Lyonga of Secondary Education briefed members of the Committee during an information exchange session on the status, functioning and control of PTAs that took place at the National Assembly on November 24, 2021.As measures to bring order in the PTA, the Secondary Education Minister said rules, regulations  and other texts exist and the Ministry is going to publish them for everybody to follow.

The Secondary Education Minister, Prof Nalova Lyonga in the her presentation said the PTA is the body of people who have children attending a particular school.The Basic Education Minister on his part said reflection was currently going on under the coordination of the Prime Minister to come up with solutions and a bill may likely come to Parliament regulating the PTA.

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