Day 1 | Seminar on New Educational Policy Reforms in Ghana by IERIS, UEW

Day 1

The Institute for Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS), UEW is organizing a two-day seminar to commemorate the World Teachers' Day on the theme "New Educational Policy Reforms in Ghana".

The programme will constitute a platform to exchange ideas relating to the new educational policies in Ghana.

Event Date: 
Tuesday, October 8, 2019

09.00 am


Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre


Programme Outline for day 1

(view outline for day 2 here)


CHAIRMAN:                                                         Prof. Sally Essuman, UEW

WELCOME ADDRESS:                                       Vice-Chancellor, UEW

PURPOSE OF THE SEMINAR:                           Director,  IERIS, UEW


TOPIC 1:                                                              Current Educational Reforms in Ghana: An Overview

FIRST SPEAKER:                                                Prof. J.  Anamuah- Mensah

DATE:                                                                   October 8, 2019

TIME:                                                                    10:00 am – 10:45 am


TOPIC 2:                                                               Professionalization of Teaching: Issues of Registration, Licensing and Supervision

SECOND SPEAKER:                                            NTC Representative

DATE:                                                                     October 8, 2019

TIME:                                                                     10:50am- 11:35 am

DISCUSSIONS / INTERACTIONS:                       11:35 am- 12:00pm

LUNCH BREAK:                                                     12:00 pm-12: 45 pm


TOPIC 3:                                                                   Free Senior High School Programme:  Issues of Access and quality

SECOND SPEAKER:                                                Coordinator, SHS Secretariat

DATE:                                                                       October 8, 2019

TIME:                                                                         12:45 pm- 1:30pm

DISCUSSIONS / INTERACTIONS                            1:30pm- 2:00pm         

Closing                                                                      2:00PM