At the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, Ghana has joined more than 154 other nations to take part in this year's Transforming Education Summit (TES) which president know it will benefit Ghanaians as well as our education and to help the people of Ghanaias learned and upcoming learned to help build the foundation of those who are just starting schooling.
An initiative of the United Nations Secretary-General, the Transforming Education Summit (TES) aims to mobilize political ambition, action, solutions, and solidarity to transform education to take stock of efforts to recover pandemic-related learning losses to reimagine education systems for the world of today and tomorrow and to revitalize national and global efforts to achieve.
Each nation was expected to choose a National Convenor to oversee national multi-sectoral consultation meetings, choose a theme focus for the Summit during the 77th UN General Assembly in New York City in September 2022. So all member nations should done their submition on time.
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