Africa Education Watch after the Minister for Education asked public tertiary institutions to consider students with D7 in WASSCE for admission has appealed for Agric course to be scrapped from Senior High School (SHS) curriculum. The Executive Director of the Education Think Tank, Mr Kofi Asare who made the petition on behalf of his outfit said the Ministry is wasting the time of SHS Agric students who cannot go and read BSC Agric in a Public University.
The African Foundation for Educational Development (AFFED) has accused the National Council of Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) of contributing woefully to the falling standards in Ghana’s Education System. In a statement issued by AfFED on the 9th of September 2021, and signed by its Executive Director, Kwame Adade, the Education Think Tank said the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment has failed woefully in its core mandate and mission to raise the quality of education at the Pre- tertiary level in Ghana.
Africa Education Watch after two WASSCE papers originally scheduled to be conducted on September 15 leaked has petitioned the Criminal Investigations Department to investigate the sources of the WASSCE papers leakage. The Education Think Tank appeal to the CID follows the postponement of the Physics and Business Management papers after they were in circulation on social media in the early hours of Wednesday before the examination.
The West African Examinations Council after African Education Watch petitioned the government to invite other examining body’s to compete with them has said that will not end the cases of the annual question papers leakages. The Education Think Tank suggestion comes after its independent assessment report of the conduct of last year’s WASSCE disclosed Integrated Science questions paper leaked some hours ahead of the examination on social media.
Hit the FOLLOW button to receive newly published articles. LIKE and SHARE the article. Several incidents took place during last year's West African Secondary School Examinations (WASSCE) organized by WAEC. Many allegations were made concerning the leakage of papers and the breach in confidentiality by leakage of the names and contact details of examiners.
WEST African examination is to be held to court to respond to suet The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC), will on October 8, 2020, held to court, to respond to the suit filed by Africa Education Watch. Africa Education Watch, is demanding an injunction on the marking of the 2020 West Africa Senior School Certification Examination. This follows the suit filed by Education Think Tank, over the use of examiners whose contact details were leaked on social media some month ago. Think tank in its suit, filed