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Transforming Education: Ghana’s Smart School Project Takes Flight – Nana Gyamfi Adwabour reveals that 30 Senior High Schools nationwide will benefit from the initial phase of the Ghana Smart School Project

The Director of the Center for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS), Nana Gyamfi Adwabour, has unveiled plans for the inaugural phase of the Ghana Smart School Project, which aims to revolutionize education in 30 Senior High Schools across Ghana.

Set to kick off with a launch ceremony presided over by President Nana Akufo-Addo on March 25, 2024, the initiative represents a significant step towards advancing e-learning and digitalization within the country’s education sector.

Under this ambitious project, comprehensive teaching and learning management systems, along with a wealth of digital educational content, will be provided to senior high and technical vocational education and training (TVET) institutions nationwide.

Nana Adwabour emphasized that the project’s initial phase will concentrate on Senior High School years 1 through 3 to meticulously assess its impact on Ghanaian students. Stressing the phased implementation approach, he assured that additional schools would be included in subsequent stages, highlighting a total of 503 Senior High Schools across the country.

Distribution of electronic devices, including tablets, will follow a structured pyramid model, starting from the national level and cascading down to regional and district levels. Collaborating closely with educational authorities, the project aims to ensure equitable access to digital learning resources for all students.

In essence, the Ghana Smart School Project represents a strategic endeavor aligned with the Ministry of Education’s digitalization strategy, aimed at equipping Ghanaian students with the necessary tools and skills to thrive in the era of the fourth industrial revolution. 

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