Kenya Appeals To Government Of Ghana To Help Conceptualize And Design A Double Track System For Their Secondary School Education.
The Ministry of Education under the auspices of the Cabinet Secretary of the Republic of Kenya has appealed to the Government of Ghana to help their country conceptualize, design and implement a double track System that will enable their country achieve 100% transition of 2 cohorts of learners who will transition to the secondary school in 2023.
The Cabinet Secretary of the Republic of Kenya, Professor George A.O Magoha addressed an official letter to Honourable Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the Minister of Education for the Republic of Ghana, seeking renowned educationists and officers to be sent to Kenya by March ending to help conceptualize and design a similar double track system for their country.
In the letter issued by the government of Kenya, the ministry is ready to meet the cost of travel, accommodation and other related costs in helping implement Ghana’s double track educational system in Kenya.
Below is the content of the letter issued to the Government of Ghana through the Ministry of Education:
Dear Hon. Dr. Prempeh
GOVERNMENT TO GOVERNMENT TECHNICAL SUPPORT IN KENYA’S EDUCATION REFORMS
Kenya appreciates the warm and cordial relationship that enjoys with your coun.
I applaud you for the rebuts reforms that your country has embarked on and the success stories that are emerging.
It is in this regard that I am writing to request for the government to government technical support in conceptualizing and designing a Double Track System that will enable Kenya achieve 100% transition for 2 cohorts of learners who will transition to secondary school in 2023.
I will appreciate if you can consider sending one or two officers to spend about 10 days in Kenya preferably before end of March 2020 , to help conceptualize and design the Double Track System. Kenya will meet travel, accommodation and any other related costs.
Looking forward to a fruitful engagement on this and any other initiatives to continuously improve the quality of education in our respective countries and Africa in general.
The letter was signed By Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary, Professor George A.O Magoha.
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