GES release textbooks for public schools after 3 years of implementing the new curriculum

Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has released textbooks for all Government schools for all subjects taught at the basic level 3 years after the implementation of the new curriculum.

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) acting on the behalf of the Ministry of Education (MoE) has published the official list of textbooks recommended for the Kindergarten to Basic Schools in Ghana.

After public teachers across the country complained vehemently about delivering their lessons about textbooks and teachers’ handbook, the Ghana Education Service has finally provided them with the materials.

According to sources, the textbooks are not enough so GES is giving each school a number of textbooks which is equal to half the enrollment of the school. Some of the textbooks were published by Sub-Saharan publishers, Kwadwoan publishing, Approachers Ghana Ltd, Adwinsa Publications, Frangipani Books Ltd, Best Brain, York Press, etc.

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The recent school curriculum is reviewed to respond to a national priority of shifting the structure and content of the education system from merely passing examinations to building character, nurturing values, and raising literate, and engaged citizens, with emphasis on science and mathematics as building blocks for success in either tertiary education or early entry in the workplace.

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) is a public statutory body committed to improving learning experiences and outcomes of all Ghanaian children through a world- class curriculum, assessment and reporting standards.

The wait and the complains are finally over for teachers.

See some of them below;

Science for Basic 5
Mathematics for Basic 2
Mathematics for Basic 1
Science for Basic 4
Mathematics for Basic 3

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