Education has been the backbone of every economy. Education shapes the way of life of a people and directs the future of every generation. It is therefore important that every government takes necessary steps to prioritize education in every country. Ghana has thus seen various educational reforms by successive governments in attempt to improve delivery and quality of education in Ghana.
The Ghanaian community have complained about the mode of our educational system being less practical and more theoretical. In order to make education more practical and technology oriented, certain reforms have been put in place from the basic levels through to the tertiary level.
These reforms include a national standardized test at Primary 2, primary 4, and primary 6 and re-engage TIMSS. The Junior High School will also have a reform like the review and implementation of the Common Core Program Curriculum. The introduction of STEM Education and construction of new STEM High Schools and GATE will also be done at the SHS level, with the TVET and tertiary having their fair share as well. The full reform post from the ministry of education here