Self-pace doorstep need base education to fit the lost puzzle
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Equity in education is an asset for all
Never in the history of Ghana has she been pulled with options to join the global community to solve a common problem that is dangerously capable of extincting the existence of those who neglect its potency. Threat of covid19 has strongly exposed the vulnerabilities, grave deficiencies and how distant the country is away from the world technology.
The country has over the years posed as successfully moved on from a purely agricultural economy to a technology based service economy. In the phase of this global pandemic, it would be a mockery it utter those phrases to a primary school pupil. The country hurriedly closed its boarders and went into a locked down on 5th April 2020 with the possible hope to eradicate infection of the virus. To their surprise, porous boarders channeled the inflows of infested Ghanaians living abroad to escalate infections.
After three just weeks, the West African giant has to make a u turn to open up its economy for the sake of the poor amid the fear of increasing number of infections. The closure of schools are absolute. Teachers, students, pupils, parents, organizations and government are lost in the big ocean. As long as covid 19 remains a treat to life, the nation has to be rebuilt on the hinges of acceptable phenomenon of equity driven by socially minded individuals.
1. The economic wealth of the country would have to be easily assessed by who are interested at an affordable price.
2. Equity in quality levels of education would have to be readily available to all in the manner that those with special needs have prop us that can help them to achieve their maximum potential
3. Remodel the one size fit all educational system into a need base system that benefits the individual.
4. Never again should an educational system drop out individuals but individuals should come out of the system when they are fulfilled and earning their desired livelihood.
A to Z TV academy will be a free view television school with a mobile app that engages the whole family. Though curriculum based for young people it would be embedded with life changing skills and hands on projects for a holistic development. Parent or adult can choose the free DIY learning path of their choice and interested persons can market their products on our international eCommerce platform to get better value for the worth of their products.
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We are a team of Teachers and parents with varied experiences by virtue of our locations during this pandemic. While some of us are enjoying the benefit of well structured economy with a well armed educational system, other colleagues are battling with finding a way out to be on their feet. Children in Ghana have been totally out of school since the 5th of April. Over 80% of families cannot afford internet learning and the state cannot provide. Services in that respect are very limited. Ghanaian teachers are very distant from digital learning and cannot provide it.
eCommerce is at a very young stage so buyers and sellers have to still congregate amid the fear of this pandemic to strike a deal between life and death to do business anyway. This can make social distancing difficult.
The good news is that, Ghanaians are ready to embrace change but its over the heels expensive and limited