Bureau Translates, Revises Text Books In To 12 Vernacular Languages
Awassa, August 27, 2002 (WIC)- The South Peoples State Education Bureau disclosed that
it has translated and revised text books in 12 vernacular languages in the State to enhance
the curicullum in their respective vernaculars.
Representative of the Bureau, Berhanu Bekele told Walta that the texts were translated from
Amharic and English, based on the critics from teachers, students, educationalists and the
public at large.
He said the translated text books will be used for teaching in grade one to four to promote
the use of vernacular languages as medium of instruction for children.
The translated books will be printed and distributed after a year.