The Deputy Education Minister together with the Chief Director and Heads of Agencies of the Ministry of Education (MoE) at the meeting shared success stories of the key policy implementation with the Nigeria delegation.
Topical among the discussion Hon Ntim in a post said were free SHS policy, Education Strategic Plan, education reforms, SDG 4 and the Re-Imagining Education initiative of Dr Adutwum.
“The Federal Republic of Nigeria delegation was led by Professor Dung Pam Sha, Director of The National Institute for Policy & Strategic Studies, Nigeria,” the Member of Parliament for Assin South Constituency stated in the post.
Introduced in 2018 by the Akufo-Addo led government, the popular and successful free Senior High School policy is to ensure all final year JHS students who become successful at BECE continue their secondary education for free.
Beneficiaries of the first batch of the programme President Nana Addo described as graduates last year sat for the WAEC WASSCE to complete Senior High School despite the outbreak of the global coronavirus pandemic.
The second batch of the Free SHS students from September will sit for the 2021 edition of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) usually administered by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).
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