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Ghana’s educational future is shaking – former ttag president

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The former president of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG), Anthony Dadzie has expressed worryingly on his Facebook wall pertaining to the government’s efforts put in place to make Ghana’s basic school produce the best learners. To his surprise, the efforts so far put in place have yielded no result. He highlighted on how learners in the basic schools have no regard for examination for they know no matter their grade after their final exams, they will climb the academic ladder. He rhetorically asked, “Who will speak, move and act out of partisan politics?”.

Below is the post on his Facebook wall.

“A lot is being put into Ghana’s education, a lot of reforms in both the learners world and the teachers field, FCUBE, Free SHS etc but the country is rather producing zero returns in the intellectual capacities of our children.
Our boys and girls in JHS have no regards for examination. They say, ” I will be posted no matter the grade”.
All is not about recording great number of students into the classrooms. What is impacted to them is the key. The future of our country is shaking. Who will speak, move and act out of partisan politics.”

Ghana needs
real leaders.

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