National Council for Curriculum and Assessment(NACCA), will train teachers in November. It is working together with the Ghana Education Service (GES). NACCA and GES have slated November 2021 to train all teachers on the common core curriculum programme. The council has therefore cautioned all private and public schools to pay deaf ears to any training council.
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.
The New Common Core Curriculum Program has been already introduced to the Primary School. The implementation of this program to the JHS has delayed due to Covid-19 and other issues. It is a three year program designed for JHS 1-JHS 3 learners. It's aim is to equip learners with requisite knowledge, skills and competencies for academic work progression.
GES To Distribute New Curriculum Textbooks: Improving Access to Textbooks make any real Difference?Ghana Education Service has taken delivery of textbooks for the newly introduced curriculum for basic Schools.The curriculum for the basic schools, that’s lower primary and upper primary was changed in September, 2019 and the Junior High Schools curriculum for JHS1 also changed in January, 2021.
The Ghana Education Service,NACCA and publishers have done something that has left many Ghanaians reacting positively and negatively.
The Ghana Education Service is the country's education management body.Among it's numerous responsibilities is the implementation of the national school curriculum.From time to time, educational reforms have been implemented.
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) On Thursday, May 6th, 2021, had a successful stakeholder engagement on textbook assessment at Accra College of Education, in the Greater Accra Region.Over ninety publishers and writers from forty publishing houses across the country participated.
The National Council for Curriculum Assessment(NaCCA) and the Ghana Education Service(GES) started the implementation of new Curriculum in the basic schools in September 2019.The change in the Curriculum continues to the Junior High Schools and the Senior High Schools.
The teaching profession is increasingly becoming unattractive to most of the teachers who opted to ply their trade in the field of teaching.
National Council for Curriculum and Assessment ( NACCA) has reacted to the on-going misunderstandings between some publishers of textbooks and some Tribes in the country ( Ghana).
Since the introduction of formal education in Ghana the medium of instruction has the English Language.However, major Ghanaian Languages like Twi, Fante, Ewe, Dagomba, Dagare etc have been added to the curriculum to champion our culture.
The dabate on the controversial textbooks is finally settled as the Minister of Education, Dr Yae Osei Adutwum, finally confirms his stances with some exegesis.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) has denied the misappropriation of funds meant to run FSHS following a report released by the Auditor-General Report for the year 2020 of 2019 Finacial Year. According to a portion of the report, the Free Senior High School (FSHS) Secretariate misapplied an amount of GH19,217,802.00.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has noted that the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) will release the new curriculum for teachers sooner or later. Prof Opoku Amankwah speaking today on Peace FM noted that though the new curriculum is not in but it does not mean teachers should stop teaching.
Educationlist, Counselor Daneil Fenyi, had disclosed bitterly that, the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) should be collapse due to their nullity and nihilistic manner as call themselves an independent statutory body in the country and get the authority over the withdrawal of Badu Nkansah's text books "bigoted publications" targeted
Some section of teachers said the national council for curriculum and assessment, Ghana education services, stakeholders in charge of pre-tertiary education in Ghana deserve to blame for the offensive and bigotry textbooks making rounds on social media.
Minister for Communication and Digitization has joined Ghanaian social media users to express her displeasure towards the content of the textbooks that stigmatized Ewes, calling for NACCA to the publishers appropriately.In a Facebook post, Hon.
The National Council for Curriculum Assessment(NaCCA) has asked publishers of some books which are deemed inconsistent with their guidelines of publishing and contain factual inaccuracies to withdraw them immediately.
“the Science Set is a revolution which will offer students the opportunity to become innovators, problem solvers, leaders and change makers,” Mr Fugah believes.The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has endorsed and recommended the locally manufactured Science set.
Prince Hamid Armah, a former Executive Secretary of the National Council for Education and Evaluation (NaCCA), has stated that the institution's greatest problem is that, while it must sanction books before they can be sold, it lacks the legislative power to sue individuals who distribute illegal textbooks and materials. “One of