[ 2012-08-07 ]
Educationist bemoans Ghana's early childood development system
Proprietor of Garden of Eden International School,
Yvonne Mensah-Adjei says the education system has
failed to take into account the mental development
of children in their early education career.
She wants to see introduction of lessons and
subjects that will help develop their ability to
think and reason fast.
Mrs. Mensah-Adjei for the past 20-years has been
giving care to children in the United States.
She is unhappy the education system in Ghana does
little to help children who are generally
suppressed in society to find their feet in
Speaking at the 3rd anniversary of the school at
Aputuogya near Kumasi, she proposed the
introduction of music as a curricular activity at
early stages and the use of modern teaching
According to her, there is an urgent need to
inculcate modern method of learning into the
The Garden of Eden International School combines
both American and Ghanaian teaching techniques
with a state-of–the-art library complex and a
well-furnished computer laboratory.
It proud itself for being a model school in the
country’s educational set up.
Source - Nhyira Fm-Kumasi
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