As part of his reforms to develop the creative abilities of students and increase the number of science students in society, the Minister of Education has announced an introduction of aerospace engineering in SHS.
Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum indicated that the Curriculum Writing Group have been attained and stakeholder consultations are ongoing to make this course a possibility in Ghana.
He indicated that the National Education Institute was aimed to introduce tailor-made courses such as the aerospace courses to be introduced in SHS.
Dr. Osei Adutwum also indicated that the opening of six new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics STEM Schools would improve on increasing the number of science and technology students in Ghana. This includes students with an aerospace background.
He identified that the STEM Schools to first enjoy these courses included Abomosu STEM School and Bosomtwe Girls STEM School.
Also, 20 STEM Centres have been commenced across the country, and are currently under various stages of completion.
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