Next Level Education Game Changer (Pre-Order)

**Available in Ghana from 20 January 2021

Next Level Education Game Changer seeks to engage our readers on how the theme “Quality Secondary, Technical & Vocational Education; A Catalyst for National Development” for the 91st Speech & Prize Giving Ceremony at Achimota Secondary School in Ghana on November 3rd 2018, inspired research work and findings that could contribute to a change in the educational landscape in Ghana.

The book provides insights from students at Achimota Secondary School in 2018. Singapore’s educational system, considered the best in the world, was adopted as a benchmark, against which some educational proposals have been made.

Weight 0.450 kg
ISBN

9780578828213

Year Published

2021

Author

Maame Yaa Bosuo Norman

Publisher

Woolstitch

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Editorial Review

"I am glad that this work brings attention to some of the challenges with high school or secondary school education in Ghana today. This book should inspire new research into Ghana's educational system." - Professor Ernest Aryeetey

"The high level of student participation in the survey gives clear indication of suppressed voices that have been waiting for a long time to be heard. Norman's work may be likened to the vent of a pressure cooker that allows the steam to escape entrapment." - Professor Naana J. Opoku-Agyemang

"In this insightful work Dr. Norman explores our secondary education system and provides some evidence to support what we have known, but have been unable to quantify. For now the secondary school students of Ghana thank you, Dr. Norman, for making their voices heard." - Dr. Elsie Effah Kaufmann

"Next Level Education Game Changer is a must read. This book makes a valuable contribution to the literature on Ghana's education. It is highly recommended for students, parents, teacher training institutions, policy makers,
libraries and other education stakeholders." - Professor Yaw Agyeman Badu