EducationGhana| September 11| Education Minister launches National STEM Project Competition SHS Students
The Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum has launched a National STEM Project Competition for SHS Students.
The competition dabbed STEMNNOVATION was launched on Monday 5th September 2022 together with Hon. Deputy Minister for Education Hon. Rev. John Ntim Fordjour.
STEMNNOVATION is designed to challenge and tap into the creative potential of the current Free SHS Programme beneficiaries in:
Another good news about this competition is that it is the first of its kind at the second cycle level of education in Ghana that will task competing schools to apply indigenous materials in their surroundings to develop a STEM project that has the potential to solve a specific problem in their community.
Each STEM Project developed will contain at least one of the following themes:
a. Solar Energy for Sustainable Socio-Economic Development
b. Recycling for Sustainable Socio-Economic Development
c. Coding & Programming for Sustainable Socio-Economic Development
The Paramount Chief of Osu, His Royal Majesty Notse Nii Nortey Owuo IV graced the event with his presence.
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