The Administrator of the GETFund, Mr Sam Garbah, has called on metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies, communities and parent-teacher associations, to mobilise resources to supplement the fund.
According to him, all must assist address the infrastructural and human resource deficits, to facilitate quality education.
He said this at the second speech and prize-giving dayof JIM Bourton Memorial Agriculture Senior High School, at Logba, in the Volta Region.
He disclosed thatover the years, GETFund has prioritised improving infrastructure at the pre-tertiary sector and that the Colleges of Education have been rolled onto the GETFund since 2010.
This was to recognise their new status as tertiary institutions, awarding diplomas to improve and expand their infrastructure to enable them to admit more students and to also resource them to produce quality teachers, he added.
The Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Pre-Tertiary Education, Mrs Elizabeth Amoah-Tetteh, commended the Parent-Teacher Association for complementing the efforts of the government, in providing infrastructure for the school.
She said the government was on course in improving education, adding the transformation of training colleges into Colleges of Education, now awarding Diplomas, the granting of study leave with pay to teachers and the 20 per cent allowance for teachers in deprived areas, are all meant to boost the morale of teachers, to enable them give of their best.
The headmaster, Mr. A. K. Abini, remarked that the school though young, has a bright future, based on the excellent results the school keep recording and successful the admission of a number of the students into various tertiary institutions.
He appealed for more infrastructure, stressing on the completion of a classroom facility started years ago but abandoned at the foundation level.
He also expressed his appreciation to the government, the PTA, old students and other stakeholders for their immeasurable assistance to the school.
The Board chairman, Mr. Kosi Kedem, noted that speech and prize-giving days are necessary in the life of every school as it is a means of transmitting the tradition of the school and publicising its achievements.