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The new curriculum which was developed by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment is a shift from the objective-based curriculum to a standards-based curriculum with focus on strengthening the acquisition of the 4Rs -

Implementation of the new Standard-Based Curriculum for basic schools. Image credit - ebitcoinics

Written By Elorm Kpedator - Basic schools across the country are experiencing a new academic dawn. With it comes a new Standard-Based Curriculum which will change the entire scope of basic education in the country. In February this year, the President, Nana Akufo-Addo in his third State of the Nation Address announced that a new Standard-Based Curriculum is to be rolled out by government from Kindergarten to Primary 6 by September this year.

Well, there is nothing wrong with the youth in African nations fighting to take their rightful places in their own nations. What needs to be done is for ...

File image: Looting and violence erupt in shops owned by foreign nationals in Soweto, Johannesburg. Credit - theconversation

Written By Alhaji Alhasan Abdulai - The upsurge of xenophobia in South Africa leading to attacks on foreign nationals especially fellow Africans is a matter of concern.

Certification of refined gold and its benefits

In the light of the nation’s commitment to ensure that Ghana is gradually turned into an industrial hub and appropriately transformed for economic development in West Africa and the world as a whole, efforts to ensure the certification of refined gold and other minerals are necessary to add value to the precious metal before export to other countries for revenue. It is in the light of this reality that the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 unveiled Ghana’s first hallmarked gold bar and issued certification to Accra-based Gold Coast Refinery Limited.

This finding underscores the need for the timely and effective implementation of all provisions of the Right to Information Law, recently assented to by the President, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, who ...

Importance Of Asking Right National Questions

Written By Raymond Tuvi - When American Reggae and Pop Musician Johnny Nash sang in 1972 that “There Are More Questions Than Answers”, he was lyricizing an age-old human situation.
That existential situation was given a scholarly validation by British philosopher and Nobel Prize winner, Bertrand Russell, who proposed that, in the eternal effort at unravelling the mysteries of our infinite Universe, we would discover that the questions asked may be of more significance than the answers given. In a simpler expression, he said, “In all affairs, it’s a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark on the things you have long taken for granted.” It goes without saying that, questioning is the art of learning. Because, learning to ask important questions is the best evidence there is of understanding a matter.

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