Ghana: Stakeholders Explore Inclusive Training

A policy dialogue workshop to make education inclusive, participating and adaptive for all stakeholders begun in Accra yesterday.

The 2-day policy dialogue is aimed at deliberating on the Impressive Pedagogies Task, an educational plan, and soliciting ideas and data on the gaps and boundaries in the country’s academic system.

It is an initiative by the Ministry of Schooling in collaboration with the Institute of Academic Setting up and Administration (IEPA) with support from the Education and learning Fee, United States.

Dr Sam Awuku, Lead, Progressive Pedagogies Project, in a presentation yesterday said the Education Commission in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic struck the entire world, felt the have to have for governments to appear with each other to deliberate on instruction to be certain that finding out crisis prior to COVID-19 did not repeat by itself.

He claimed the fee functioning with stakeholders engaged 163 countries and designed a white paper referred to as “Help save our Future” which had 7 motion locations.

They were “Prioritise reopening educational facilities, provide vital companies to youngsters, and treat the workforce as frontline workers Make schooling inclusive, partaking, and adaptive and Reinforce the training workforce.”

Others included “Focus education engineering (EdTech) where by it is demonstrated to be helpful and most equitable Guard education and learning budgets and concentrate on public spending at those still left furthest guiding Mobilise intercontinental resources to completely finance education and Use resources far better by enhancing proof era, coordination, alignment, and usefulness.”