New Education Reform Plan – Here’s What You Need To Know!
The Ghana Education Service (GES), Ministry of Education (MOE) and the NCCA has recently announced a new education reform plan – here’s what you need to know!
There’s been quite the hullabaloo in the Ghanaian education sector recently.
The Ministry of Education, with the help of the Ghana Education Service (GES), has announced a new plan to ensure more children can get an education in Ghana, and have it be of a higher quality, too!
Here’s all you need to know about this new reform plan and how it could benefit your own children and their friends in school.
How will this affect students?
Despite starting off with good intentions, the system can easily lead to an elitist and harmful practice.
Education doesn’t have to be about rewarding the few winners of a competitive and rigorous game; it should be about equipping all students with skills that will prepare them for success in both school and life.
A country succeeds when everyone is educated and equipped with necessary skills, not just the lucky few who may otherwise succeed.
What can parents do to help their children succeed?
Once the changes have been implemented, parents can help their children succeed by being supportive of the new system and encouraging them to get the best grades they can.
When it comes time for high school, keep your children focused on preparation for the Common Core Program (CCP) exam, so that they are prepared for SHS, University and College.
Stay involved in your child’s learning process at home by making sure they do their homework, stay on top of current events in our country and around the world, and respect other points of view.
1. What is the Ghana-Education-Service Education Reform?
The GES Education Reform is part of President Akufo-Addo’s New Deal for the Youth in education, which aims to address many of the issues facing our generation and the next generation of youths who will carry us forward into this century.
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Recommended reading: GES TERM 3 KG-B6 & JHS LESSON NOTES/SCHEME OF WORK