See photo: From top the old uniform and down showing the newly designed model of public school uniforms

It appears from far and near that the general public has not paid close attention to the massive contributions of Ghana’s Education Ministry under the sector Minister Hon. Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum who doubles as the Bosomtwe Member of Parliament.

There is no doubt that Ghana’s Public education has seen remarkable reforms under Minister Osei-Adutwum.

In a tenure marked by dedication and innovation, the minister has spearheaded transformative changes in Ghana education system.

Under his leadership, there has been a substantial increase in educational infrastructure, ensuring that every child has access to quality facilities.

The minister’s commitment to inclusivity is evident through initiatives that prioritize marginalized communities, bridging gaps and fostering equal opportunities.

In the realm of curriculum development, Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum has championed progressive reforms, integrating modern knowledge and skills into Ghana’s educational framework.

This forward-thinking approach not only prepares students for the challenges of the future but also aligns education with the evolving needs of society.

Hon. Yaw Osei Adutwum’s emphasis on teacher training with lincensure exams has been a cornerstone of his tenure producing quality teachers.

By investing in professional development, our educators are better equipped to nurture young minds, fostering an environment that encourages critical thinking and creativity.

Furthermore, the introduction of technology in education and STEM have been a notable achievement.

The minister’s vision has paved the way for digital learning platforms, ensuring that students have access to resources beyond traditional classrooms.

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This leap into the digital era has positioned Ghana’s education system on the forefront of innovation.

Equally commendable is Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum’s commitment to research and development in education.

By fostering a culture of inquiry and discovery, they have elevated our institutions to new heights, earning recognition on the global stage.

The innumerable achievements of Hon. Adutwum are indeed a testament to their unwavering dedication to the future of our nation.

Through comprehensive reforms, inclusive policies, and a forward-looking vision, the minister has not only improved the quality of education but has also set a benchmark for educational excellence.

Let’s talk about some of the achievements of this noble Minister demonstrating passion and bearing the torch in ensuring that Ghana gets the best from education.

In Ghana, public schools are defined as rectangular zinc buildings painted brown and yellow where the students wear brown and yellow uniforms and this has been the state of our public schools.

The Minister has realised that we have to understand that this is not what will transform Ghana since we are in the 21st century.

Hon. Yaw Osei Adutwum has continuously pointed out that it is high time we ensured that Ghana’s Education makes common sense.

Currently in Juaben in the Ashanti Region, the Junior High School now has a Biology, Chemistry and Physics Laboratories. The project is expected to be completed by March 2024.

The students will start doing science reports when they are in JHS. Instead of Integrated Science, they will do Biology, Chemistry and Physics which This is Quality JHS education.

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Here are some evidences of new, ongoing, proposed and soon-to-open projects, including the long awaited Accra STEM Academy.

This is what the minister is doing and it’s moving and exciting.

Indeed we can’t wait to open the one at Juaben that will be able to close down seven old JHSs.

So in February or latest by March, the people of Juaben will jubilate because the old middle schools that became the JHS will no longer be where they will be to send their children to.

According to Hon. Yaw Osei-Adutwum there is going to be some reforms that will change the course of our education system using the 1-million dollar per constituency.

Everything that is in the SHS you can find it across all JHS schools.

This is an educational reform that will not make so much noise but rather evidence-based where people will see what they’ve never seen before in public education.

We owe a debt of gratitude to our Education Minister Hon. Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum for their tireless efforts in shaping a brighter future for generations to come.

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