Information gathered by Tapnewsgh indicates the usual three years specified for completing education at second cycle institutions will be increased to six years.
According to the Minister of Education, Dr. Yaw Adutwum, the decision forms part of efforts to transform secondary education in Ghana with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) at the center.
He further stated that the number of senior high schools in the country will be reduced from 13,000 to 2,500 after the country education system.
Per Dr. Adutwum, the ministry will ensure new senior high schools are opened with the aim of improving STEM education in the country.
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