Jan 12 - 2017,The margin between President Nana Akufo-Addo and former president John Mahama in the 2016 elections now stands at 984,570 votes...." ..

LIVE: Best Ghana Radio Stations - Listen to * Adom FM, 3 FM Ghana, * Happy FM, * Radio Gold, * YFM Ghana, * Time FM Ghana, * Class FM Ghana or * Citi FM Ghana.... See Ghana Radio Link... ! ***** ghanaelection2016.ghanaweb-news.com will continue till January 12, 2017. From Jan 13, please see latest news updates at Ghanaweb-News.com (Home Page)*****
 

! 98% of class 2 pupils can’t read English !

Ghana- official language: English. International Business languages: English, French. 
European Union: Official Business languages: French, German, English.
Business language in China: English.
Business language in Russia: Russian, English and German. 
Compulsory means: Its Not by Choice, but FORCE!
انه جنون؟

How To Turn Time Back 200 Years! Back To Bush, and slavery!

Source; citifmonline. com - Senior High school students in Ghanaian will from 2017 study Arabic as a compulsory subject.

This was announced by the Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah, when he interacted with the Muslim Community at Nsawam Zongo as part of his campaign tour of the Eastern Region.
“President Mahama has agreed that from 2017 Senior High School students will study Arabic like they do in the English language and we will introduce it at the basic level in 2018 and make it examinable.”

Julius Debrah added that the Wenchi Teacher training college has started a programme to train such teachers.

“The good news is that for the first time we have a teacher training college in Wenchi that will train our Arabic teachers to be posted to other schools after completion.”

He also announced several policies to be introduced by President Mahama if given another term in office to enrich the lives of Ghanaians.

“This is not all, under the Islamic education unit, we will have Islamic Junior High Schools and Islamic Junior Technical institutions so that graduates from these schools can be employed in other Arabic countries with the certificates they would acquire. Who will you trust to deliver, is it the one who is offering you fish or the one showing you how to fish?”.

The Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah also reiterated calls for the Muslim community in particular to vote massively for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and its candidates.

Government to strictly enforce teaching in local languages


The announcement comes on the back of moves by the Education Ministry to begin the strict enforcement of the use of local languages as the sole medium of instruction in basic schools in Ghana.

The Education Minister, Professor Naana Opoku Agyeman in June 2016 indicated that only pupils from kindergarten one to primary three will be taught mainly with the local languages.

98% of class 2 pupils can’t read English

A research conducted in Ghana in 2014 revealed that 98 percent of primary two pupils in basic schools can neither read nor understand English or any Ghanaian language properly.

This was contained in the “Early Grade Reading Assessment” report commissioned by the Ghana Education Service (GES) for primary two pupils.
 


Comments


Your comment will be posted after it is approved.


Leave a Reply




    GhanaWeb-News.com

    All Ghana Party News, related to the General Elections 2016, in Ghana, CPP, NDC, PPP, NPP, and other parties of Ghana.

    GTV Live, Ghaa TV Live, Ghana TV Online, Ghana TV FREE
    GTV Live (FREE)

    Election Radio Ghana Live


    Latest Results

    Categories

    All
    CPP Party Ghana
    Ec Ghana News
    Gcpp Ghana Party
    General News
    Gfp Ghana Party
    Ndc Ghana Party
    Ndp Ghana Party
    Npp Ghana Party
    Pnc Ghana Party
    Ppp Ghana Party
    Ufp Ghana Party




    Archives

    December 2016
    November 2016
    October 2016
    September 2016
    August 2016
    June 2016
    May 2016
    April 2016
    March 2016
    January 2016
    December 2015
    November 2015
    October 2015
    September 2015
    August 2015
    July 2015
    June 2015


    All Latest Ghana News - HERE