Writings From Katapor

Writings From Katapor

 Katapor M/A Primary School is a public http://www.piccombo.org/cheap/ school in the Ga-West Municipality. It is located about 3km from Pokuase towards its west. This is the second time the school is taking part in an OLE Ghana Project. It served as the pilot school for the Ghana LITE Model project which is the precursor to the Ghana Reads program. here Pupils in the school have taken to writing and here are seen sharing some of their writings....

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Phase 2 Deployment Begins

Phase 2 Deployment Begins

The beginning of the 2013/14 academic year has witnessed the addition of the final 10 schools on the Ghana Reads program. This brings to 20 the total number of schools currently on the program covering some 6,200 pupils and 160 teachers. Deployment in these 10 schools began with a one week training session for heads and teachers of these schools as well as potential would be coaches at the St John’s Grammar school in Accra. Topics covered by...

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St Anthony RC & Active Learning

St Anthony RC & Active Learning

St Anthony’s RC Lead Teacher is one of the Lead Teachers on the Ghana Reads program who has in her all to make the program a success. Clik on THIS link to see her engage her class in Active Learning as she builds her own winsome TEAM to play and win the ‘Education Match’ for a fun filled quality life long learning...

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Ghana Reads Profiled On CEI Website

Ghana Reads Profiled On CEI Website

The Ghana Reads program has been profiled on the Center for Education Innovations’ (CEI) online platform. The Center, which is the brain child of Research For Development (R4D), increases access to quality, affordable, and equitable education for the world’s poor by identifying, analyzing and connecting non-state innovations. The Center works to foster the uptake of promising non-state innovations, country-based activities . Its online platform...

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Feedback Portal Completed

Feedback Portal Completed

Finally work has been completed on the Ghana Reads Feedback Portal. This will help us share both qualitative and quantitative information with stakeholders and monitor program activities in the schools. Test runs on the Feedback Portal begun as of 1st June 2013 and data on the portal reflects this date. The primary target of this portal is to provide qualitative and quantitative feedback on a continuous basis to the various stakeholders...

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