Proprietor of the Glorious Child School Limited Mrs Josephine Akweley Kpoti-Mayor, has appealed to the Ministry of Education to ensure strict supervision as the double-track begins.
Speaking exclusively to Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, the educationist said, the double-track would succeed if supervision were taken serious.
In her view, if teachers fail in discharging their duties professionally, then we could encounter serious challenges.
She encouraged teachers to be punctual and further admonished head teachers to enforce strict supervision so the track system will succeed.
As part of efforts to engage the students who would report in November, the school has decided to engage the students who have been placed under the gold track and introduce them to the core subjects.
The first batch of double-track system reported on Tuesday.
The double track is an initiative of the government to address the growing number of students benefiting from the Free Senior High School (SHS) Policy.
At least 490,514 candidates who sat the 2018 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) qualified to be in senior high schools (SHS) and technical institutes for the commencement of the double-track educational system.
They constitute 90 per cent of the 521,710 candidates who registered for the BECE this year.