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Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - 16:25
The head master of Accelerated Learning in Tonj says the program is helpful to people working in offices and those who dropped out from schools earlier.
 
John Akol says the program is to give chance to those who want to increase their knowledge while maintaining their jobs, Radio Don Bosco reports.
 
Akol mentions that learners can finish primary in four years only.
 
The headmaster announces that registration will begin on January 14 and lessons start in February, without specifying school fees amount.
 
Education is important to traders, it helps them in calculation, says Ayii Parek Ayii, a teacher in Bongo Accelerated Learning Program.
 
He adds that learning also helps parents to check notebooks of their children after coming from schools.
 
The teacher encourages communities to go back to learning since education has no limit.
 

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