Respect principles that enhance 21st century education – Dr. Nkansah

The Ghana Education Service (GES) Director General, Dr. Eric Nkansah, has urged everyone involved in pre-tertiary education to defend ideals that will contribute to the development of an educational system fit for 21st century.

According to him, in order for Ghanaian youth to effectively compete and land respectable jobs in the twenty-first century, educators needed to arm themselves with the knowledge and skills necessary to influence the competencies that students need to learn.

Dr Nkansah was addressing a cross- section of stakeholders in education at a forum in Koforidua as part of his two-day working visit to the Eastern region.

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In attendance were some staff of the Eastern Regional Education Directorate, the Conference of Directors of Education (CODE), the Conference of Heads of Basic Schools (COHBS), the Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS), the Conference of Managers of Educational Units (COMEU), Association of Accountants, Associations of Domestic Bursars, Association of Suppliers, Association of Internal Auditors, and other staff of the service.

Dr. Nkansah emphasized that the government is working to provide teachers with these essential abilities by implementing a number of inventions.
In order to run 21st-century organizations effectively, he urged all parties involved in education to be inventive, cooperative, and creative.

Dr. Nkansah thanked Mr. Seth Kwame Acheampong, the Eastern Regional Minister, for his support and dedication to raising the standard of education and learning outcomes in the area.

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