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Undoubtedly, national productivity is directly influenced by the technical and vocational education and training courses in our technical/ vocational institutes, the polytechnics and the informal sector. Even though these institutions provide the bulk of the skilled workforce which determines the country’s ability to compete in the global economy, there is a public perception which considers these institutions as second rate in comparison to the Universities. Read more...

 

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Ghanaian Education Quality

Research has shown that “in many parts of the world, an enormous gap prevails between the numbers graduating from schools and those among them who can master a minimum set of cognitive skills” (Education For All: The quality imperative, 2005 p. 23)

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