Social Commentator Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A-Plus has criticize the incumbent government policy over GHS 34.8m on WASSCE past questions for adequate preparation of students ahead exams.
According to him, the double track system practice in our various Senior High Schools is very bad, where students are struggling with textbooks and no syllabus for schools. This situation doesn't augur well for students to learn better which doesn't improve our education system.
As they say, education is the key to success, the way our education system is being manage is killing us slowly. Schools run on a semester basis with traffic light double track education system; red go, green vacate, blue go, yellow break. "Then after three years, you spend millions to by past questions for students to study and pass, then you tell the whole country to clap for you because all free SHS students passed".
In a post, he disclosed that in America where the Education Minister have a school, if this is what they do will their kids grow up and go to the moon.
The system and structure in our education doesn't favour the youth thereby, leaving them desperate and hopeless because of unemployment.
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