Monday, July 4, 2022


Why Ghana is struggling to get its language policy right in schools

Using a bilingual (Ghanaian language and English) methodology, the country is implementing a policy to promote teaching pupils in kindergarten through primary grade three to read and write in their local language – one of 11 selected Ghanaian languages – while introducing them to spoken English, and by grade two, to written English.

An Inspiring Tale from Ghana: Teaching Computers on the Blackboard

A teacher in Ghana taught his students MS Word without having any real computer at his disposal. His drawing skills and determination are commendable. His school is being gifted device and software support to help hundreds of children in downtrodden landscapes to get a chance of equipping themselves with computer literacy.

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