Basic schools across Ghana have been made to vacate today despite the unavailability of textbooks for a whole year after the government changed the curriculum.
The basic schools' pupils were notified to report to school on 4th May 2021 which means they are only to stay home for a period of two weeks.
Majority of the basic schools across the country had a very tough term as textbooks and materials that were expected to be made available after more than a year of the basic schools' curriculum by NaCCA failed to materialize.
Teachers across the country expressed their displeasure to this and called on the various District education officers to provide them with materials but in a country where everything is politicized, teachers were forced to keep mute and teach what they know.
Ghana is indeed not serious with its education, what could have happened if the money used in the 2020 general elections could have used in printing textbooks for the so-called future generations our leaders claim.
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