Students’ views solicited about the existing Curriculum and what needs to be reviewed- NaCCA

By | September 12, 2022

On the review of the new curriculum in senior high schools in the country, the management of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has officially disclosed that the various panels in the review process have interacted with some students in the various SHS to solicit their views.

As a sequel to the curriculum review process that started back in 2018, NaCCA has held a series of writing workshops on the Secondary Education Curriculum Review Process.

The various review panels have since committed to the vision for secondary education, culminating in the development of proposed subject philosophies, visions, strands, sub-strands, content standards, learning indicators, and learning outcomes for each learning area.

A prominent feature of the last review workshop saw the various panels interacting with about fifty (50) students from both Mawuli Senior High School and OLA Girls’ Senior High School on their views on the existing SHS Curriculum and what changes they hoped to see after completion of the review process.

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