NDC to increase budgetary allocation to Basic Education to enhance teaching and learning


The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has said it shall increase budgetary allocation to basic education to enhance teaching and learning activities when it takes over the management of the state in 2021.

The NDC said this in its 2020 Manifesto dubbed “The People’s Manifesto”.

According to the party, it shall expand and refurbish educational facilities to make them fit for 21st-century education.

The NDC assured Ghanaians that it shall provide all eligible children especially those in under-served areas, with the necessary support and incentives to remain in school.

The -party said it shall ensure quality learning through the allocation of teachers, improved pedagogy, appropriate learning spaces, provision of teaching and learning materials and effective supervision, and motivation and support of teachers.

Attainment of the three (3) Rs

According to the party, it shall invest massively in attaining the three (3) Rs- Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic – at all levels with special emphasis on bridging the gap between private and public basic schools.

”Skills development, blended learning and the Internet of Things (IoTs) shall be at the heart of our modern educational reforms.”It said.



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Source: EducationGhana.net

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