Empowering the next
generation
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our key achievements Read more GHANA ACCOUNTABILITY FOR LEARNING
OUTCOMES PROJECT (GALOP)
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changing ghana through
education
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FREE SHS Read more THE TECHNICAL, VOCATIONAL
AND SKILL TRAINING
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RE-OPENING OF SCHOOLS
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ICT IN EDUCATION REFORM Read more

THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

The Ministry of Education is responsible for all policies on education, including apprenticeships and wider skills acquisition in Ghana. We work to provide education that ensures equal opportunity for all, regardless of background or family circumstances.

Key programmes

FREE SHS

Secondary education in its different forms including technical and vocational education, shall be made generally available and accessible to all by every appropriate means, and in particular, by the progressive introduction of free education.
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GALOP

The Ghana Accountability for Learning Outcomes Project (GALOP) is a five-year project to improve the quality of education in low-performing basic education schools and strengthen education sector equity and accountability in Ghana
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SEIP

The Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP) is a US$196 million World Bank credit facility (US$156 million initial and US$40 million additional financing) to the Government of Ghana to improve secondary education in the country. Read more

ghana education reforms

Empowering the next generation

Ghana’s education reforms will improve and re-design how our students are taught and ensure that they build skills relevant to the world of work

“Education has for long been recognized as a basic tool for the economic development of any nation. This is predicated on the notion that it empowers any nation to rise to the challenges of social and economic transformation and technological change”.
Hon. Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum (MP), Minister of Education

ENQUIRY FORM

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    All office doors are clearly marked to facilitate easy identification

    All comments and queries received will be accorded the needed attention

    Staff ID and visitor cards will be made available.
    Clients should ensure that all necessary documents are properly prepared before submitting them for claims.

    Be courteous and polite to our staff and demand the same from them.

    To assist the ministry in the discharge of its functions by collaborating with staff and providing them with the needed information.

    To report first at the client service desk for enquiries and information.

    Request for information from Partners, Clients and Stakeholders should be indicated on an official letter.
    The Ministry will at all times endeavour to furnish Clients and Stakeholders as well as Partners with required information.

    Newsletters, brochures and other items of information will be available on the Ministry\’s website for downloads and also at the information desk in the Ministry (ground floor).

    Information on the Ministry and its agencies (current updates) are available on the Ministry\’s website for the general public.
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