The Education Minister, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has announced that the country’s education sector is undergoing a massive transformation process.
He explained that the various interventions being implemented by the Education Ministry in collaboration with various partners in schools across the country were on point and gradually shaping the country’s education.
At an address to the members of the Private News Paper Association of Ghana (PRINPAG) in Accra, Dr. Adutwum made the claim.
He listed a few of the innovations being put into practice, including the revamping of the TVET sector, the introduction of various career pathways like Pre-Engineering courses for Non-Science students, the creation of STEM schools across the country, the building of new science laboratories in existing and new schools, and the construction of hundreds of Model KGs in all regions.
We are transforming the economy through education, according to Dr. Adutwum, but we haven’t made a lot of noise about it because that’s not our goal. Instead, we want to change the economy.
He gave the people of Ghana his word that he would keep trying to bring the industry up to par with international standards so that the country might profit from it.