New Education Minister, Mrs Betty Mould-Iddrisu says her priorities are to have better relationship with education stakeholders and to promote girl child education.

Mrs. Mould-Iddrisu has been in office at the Education Ministry for less than a week after a presidential reshuffle saw her moved from the Attorney General and Ministry of Justice.

She told Joy News’ Beatrice Adu that she will also pay a lot of attention on easing the transition from a four to three-year senior high school programme.

Mrs Mould-Iddrisu said another area she will be pushing aggressively is the removal of schools under trees.

The former A-G said while she was aware of the financial constraints facing the education sector, she will be relying heavily on prudent management of funds to achieve the objectives she has set herself.

Source: Joy News/Ghana