Education for the future
Yes – we can still do more. We will do more. In the next four years, we’ll improve 175 senior high schools and build 146 new ones, increasing the spaces available to students and making our schools safe, engaging and stimulating.
Building on the success already achieved, our Education Plan will provide 100 science resource centers and train another 6,500 maths and science teachers to further our educational goals in these sectors.
We understand that technology is a critical tool in today’s learning environment for both student and teacher. We will provide another 30 000 computers to schools, bringing the world into the classroom, broadening horizons and teaching our students skills that will prove invaluable in the world of tomorrow.
We’ve planned 129 tertiary projects for post-school students, giving them the tools to succeed in their own lives, and contribute positively to the success of our nation.
Ensuring that students have access to opportunities is vital to achieving our goals as a nation. This is why we will provide 10,400 scholarships and GHc150,000,000 in grants for skills development.
Delivering the future safely into the hands of our children, through an excellent education, requires more than talk.
It takes experience, a real understanding of the challenges, innovative thinking and a solid plan for delivery.
This is what we have delivered. It is what we will continue to deliver over the next four years.
We strongly believe in the power of education to change the lives of our children, and through them, our world.
We have begun the work of making this progress a reality for Ghana, and the facts I have shared support this. We must continue this work in the years to come.
Our children’s future deserves nothing less.