NaCCa releases 187 recommended Textbook for KG and Basic Schools (First Batch)

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The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) on behalf of the Ministry of Education (MoE) has released the first batch of the official list of the 187 recommended textbooks for Kindergarten to the basic level.

According to the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment, these released recommended textbooks have thoroughly gone passed through series of reviews between NaCCA and the publishers to ensure they meet up to expectations of the new KG -Basic 6 curriculum introduced in September. 2019.

The management of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment says it welcomes comments and feedback from school managers, teachers parents, and the general public on the Recommended Textbooks.

NaCCA explained that comments and feedback from the general public and teachers will help textbook writers and publishers imporve on the quality of their textbooks.

However, it advised that all feedback must be in writing and addressed to:

The Director
“textbook and Instructional Resources quality Unit
National Council tor Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA)
Ministry of Education
P.O. Box 77
Accra
[email protected]

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