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School Performance Partnership (SPP) training on SEIP Underway in Kumasi

Mr. Sarfo Kantanka, Ashanti Regional Director of G.E.S (standing/speaking) at the training workshop.On his left is Mrs. Dorothy Glover, Dep. Dir.SED (GES Hqs) and extreme right, Mrs. Evelyn Oduro, Mun. Dir.GES,La-Dadekotopon..

The Ashanti Regional Director of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Mr. Sarfo Kantanka, on behalf of the Ag. Director-General, has officially opened the School Performance Partnership (SPP) training under the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP) at Fomesua near Kumasi in the Ashanti region with a call on heads of beneficiary districts and schools to consider the SEIP as "the mother of all interventions" so as to achieve the desired objectives at the end of the implementation period.

Mr. Kantanka, therefore, charged the participants to commit themselves to the total success of the SEIP through the judicious use of resources to ensure that the beneficiary districts assume the improvement level desired. "I urge all of you present to educate the rest of your colleagues back home to be well informed about this project", he said.

The training will cover what it entails to be a leader who draws followers, identification of needs for effective action plan to achieve the needed results in students' performance, expectations in Science, Mathematics and ICT, how to assess performance, procurement issues, responsibilities and accountability among others.
The three-day training for each region covering a period of one month is expected to benefit more than seven hundred (700) participants throughout the country made up of District Directors, Headmasters and Assistants, Chairmen of School Boards, Accountants and PTA Chairmen of the beneficiary schools.

The SPP is one of the indicators of the SEIP that is meant to empower beneficiary schools to make their own decisions and to take responsibility for the implementation of activities and programmes to improve teaching and learning leading to increased performance. Ultimately, it would help to improve quality education delivery in the senior high schools as part of the Government's strategy under the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP).

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