About 766 abandoned and new structures will be completed across the country, especially in schools running the double-track system, to provide enough classrooms to phase out the system for second-year students from September this year BestNewsGH.com can report.
Currently, some have already broken ground to commence work and have been given six months to complete the structures.
The contractors who had abandoned their projects halfway because there were no funds have been paid in order to allow them to resume work with immediate effect.
The Ministry of education is of the strong conviction that since funding is available, the contractors would have no excuse for not completing the projects on schedule.
The Deputy Minister for Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum said the move is part of the grand plan by government to ensure adequate infrastructure and space to accommodate students across the country and to ensure the double-track system is wiped out completely.