We’re On Track To Eliminating Double Track – Education Minister

We’re On Track To Eliminating Double Track – Education Minister

The Minister of Education, says Government is on track to ending the double track system in Senior High Schools nationwide.

According to him, within two to three years, the double track system will he ended.

That, he said, was because government massively expanding infrastructure in the schools.

Dr Adutwum announced this to the media at the Information Ministry in Accra on Sunday, June 6, 2021.

He revealed that there has been immense infrastructure expansion at all levels of education .

The Minister was giving President Nana Akufo-Addo’s Education Agenda: Four Years and Beyond.

According to him, “the Government of Ghana is repositioning the entire education system to produce a critical mass of assertive and empowered Ghanaian population with relevant skills for socioeconomic transformation.”

“Our plan for the next four years is to CONSOLIDATE the progress whilst investing in building human capital with special focus on:
• STEM Education
• National Standardized Test
• Learning Grant
• JHS Transformation
• Inclusive Education – GATE
• TVET Transformation
• Teachers/Administrators Training
• Increased Enrolment at the Tertiary Level,” he stated.


Source: ashantibiz