Japan International Cooperation Agency partners with GES for better educational outcomes

Japan International Cooperation Agency partners with GES for better educational outcomes

EducationGhana| July 09| Japan International Cooperation Agency partners with GES for better educational outcomes:


The government has requested the Japanese government, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency, JICA, for technical collaboration for better educational outcomes.

In response to the request, the Community Participation in Sustainable School, COMPASS, is working with the Ghana Education Service to improve students learning outcomes by Strengthening Community based school management.

At a stakeholders’ workshop in Koforidua, the Eastern Regional capital, School Management Committees and related governmental agencies discussed educational challenges, identified feasible solutions and pledged to solve them.

The Eastern Regional Director of Education, Margaret Nsiah-Asante disclosed that the government, in collaboration with JICA, has established systems to strengthen school-based management for better outcomes.

She commended JICA for its support in enhancing teaching and learning in Ghana. She added that, with technology, the opportunity to learn abounds in all parts of the country.

Using his district as a case study to highlight challenges faced by deprived communities in the education sector, the District Chief Executive for Kwahu Afram Plains South, Evans Kyei Ntiri said teachers posted to such communities decline the postings.


He also disclosed that some parents refuse to financially support their children in school, leaving all responsibilities to the government.

He, therefore, advised parents to prioritize the education of their children irrespective of their income status.

The workshop was also based on the situation of pupils’ performance in Mathematics in Ghana, as well as the importance of mathematics education for the socio-economic development of the nation.



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