Ghana has the best Education Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa – T-TEL Boss



The Executive Director for Transforming Teaching, Education & Learning (T-TEL), a Non-profit organization Mr Robbin Todd says Ghana has the best Education Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Robin Todd who has been working with over 17 Sub-Saharan African countries in the area of education for the last 24 years claims Ghana’s education system stands tall when it comes to quality and accessibility

According to him, Ghana as a country has consistently ensured continuous improved its education systems through implementation of pragmatic mordern polices and structures

He noted that, Ghana has over the years trained and empowered teachers with a structured program, providing them with lesson plans, learning materials, ongoing skills-based coaching, making the country one of the best educational destinations in Africa

Robbin Todd said this when the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment NaCCA with support from T-TEL launched a Manual for Teachers ahead of the official roll out of the New Standard Based Curriculum for Senior High Schools in Ghana

Speaking to OTEC News Reporter Jacob Agyenim Boateng after the event in Ashanti Region on Tuesday May 21, 2024, Mr Todd said the new curriculum was one that will transform Ghana

He noted that, Ghana in the next few years will produce students who have been equipped with 21st century skills, values and critical thinking abilities that will help solve societal problems

He however called on all stakeholders particularly teachers to do their best to ensure the new curriculum serves its intended purpose

About T-TEL

Transforming Teaching, Education & Learning (T-TEL) is a Non-profit organization providing technical and financial support to the Ministry of Education and its agencies

T-TEL has in collaboration with NaCCA recently lead the development of new curriculums for Basic and Senior high schools in Ghana.

T-TEL has also lead the funding of Training of Teachers across Ghana to equip them with the required skills for the implementation of the new curriculums.

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