Ghana Education Service Urges Corporates to Invest In Science Education

The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Professor Kwasi Opoku Amankwa, has encouraged corporate citizens to supplement Government’s interest in Science, Mathematics and Technology Education to quicken national improvement.

He said powerful Science Education would not just fix the numbness of citizens about Science in any case, would likewise expand their insight base and make the country a logical what’s more, mechanical arranged one.

Prof Opoku Amankwa said this in a discourse read for his benefit at the second edition of the Ghana Science Olympiad Competition, sorted out for underserved second cycle school.

Mrs Felicia Agyeibea Okai, a Director at the Office of the Director-General, read the discourse.

The GES, he stated, had organized the field of Science and Mathematics since it held the way to understanding natural, wellbeing and other life change difficulties.

The reasonable and productive usage of the rich normal assets additionally relied upon the suitable utilization of Science.

It benefitted all partners, along these lines, to help the improvement of gifts in the field to guarantee all encompassing improvement and success for all citizens.

The Ghana Science Olympiad (GSO) competition, which began in 2018, is a strategy activity of the Ministry of Education in a joint effort with the Ghana Education Service (GES) under the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP).

It targets advancing the instructing and learning of Science, Technology and Mathematics. It likewise tries to prepare students from underserved schools with basic reasoning aptitudes and open them to the reasonable parts of Science and Mathematics to enhance their insight base for better scholarly execution.

The Swedru Senior High School from the Central Area rose champs with the Armed Forces SHS and Okomfo Anokye SHS, both from the Ashanti Region, coming next and third, individually. Ace Enoch Kwame Atuahene of the Adventist SHS in Ashanti Region was additionally the general best students of the competition, with Rexford Tutu of Okomfo Anokye SHS and Robert Owusu of Swesco, coming next and third separately, in the person grants.

Ms Angela Amponsah from Armed Forces SHS was likewise decreed the Best Female Student. The Overall Best School got the Minister of Education Award and brought home a respiratory model.

The other first and second participants were granted with the Director-General’s Special Award. Mr Solomon Darko Quarm, the District Chief Executive of Gomoa East, recognized the Ministry of Education, the GES and the contenstants for the great move.

Taking all things together, 454students chosen from 227 schools from the nation over partook in the program, held under the topic: “Science, Mathematics and Technology for quickened development.

GNA

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