The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has said that private school teachers shall be trained on the new curriculum in July this year.
The Executive Secretary of NaCCA, Dr. Prince Armah made this revelation in response to rumours that some people were using dubious means to train the private school teachers.
According to him, NaCCA has already met with the leaders of the private school associations and in July, the training for the master trainers will begin.
“Once that is done they will train their members at the District and regional levels,” he said.
He reiterated that with this new education reform, no child will be left behind and teachers will be equipped with the necessary logistics to implement the curriculum effectively.
“We have learnt from the lessons of previous reforms and how they have failed and we have meticulously attempted to address all of these.
“The resources to go with the curriculum are almost ready and will be distributed across the country in July, two clear months before September when the schools reopen,” he stated.