Ghana Education Service outdoors the New T2E Plus Program, thus Transition to English (T2E) Plus Program to improve reading among Ghanaian School Children.
GES outdoors new program help school children improve their English Language reading skills.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, outdoor a new learning support program to assist Ghanaian students.
According to GES:
The Program will air supplemental radio reading lessons nationwide; conduct training, coaching, and mentoring for primary 1 through primary 3 teachers and education personnel; and provide teaching and learning materials for pupils, caregivers, and teachers.
The country’s pre-tertiary education supervisory body is optimistic that the new program would go a long way to leave a positive impact on the development of both the learners and the teachers.
In a post made on the official GES page, the institutions noted that “through this program, trained teachers will use NaCCA-validated materials in English and the official Ghanaian Languages of Instruction (GLOI) to teach pupils to read.
Dignitaries present at the program include:
- Hon. Minister of Education – Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum
- Hon. Deputy Minister of Education – Rev. Ntim Fordjour
- MoE Chief Director – Mr. Benjamin Gyasi
- GES Director-General – Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwa
- USAID Acting Mission Director – Ms. Janean Davis
- USAID Regional Agreement Officer – Ms. Amy Larsen
- USAID Education Director – Ms. Rasheena Reid
- Learning Chief of Party – Dr. Mama Laryea
- Director, Gen. Admin MoE – Mrs. Catherine Appiah Pinkrah
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Source: Ghana Education Service