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Education in Ghana was informal before contact with the Europeans. In the informal setting, people served as apprentices and understudied their masters. With time, they gained the relevant knowledge and skills, hands on, to start the business or the profession on their own. Today, we practice the FCUBE (Free Compulsory Universal Basic Education) system, where we have formal classroom structures and organised systems to facilitate teaching and learning through reading, writing, speaking etc.

In a world where education is one key among several to success, Ghana has misplaced its keys to success, no wonder we have placed little value on education of school children at the basic level in public schools. It is easy for one to conclude that, basic education is being treated the same across my beloved country Ghana, until one gets to see the situation on the ground.

There is an albatross of an education gap between…

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