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As part of the plans to sustain the positive impact of the Teacher Empowerment through Support and Technology (TEST) pilot project, OLE Ghana and Pellucid Technologies shot 20 videos to assist teachers with their teaching in the classroom. The videos are based on OLE Ghana’s Reading Steps to Glory programme. They were shot at Bethany Methodist Basic School, Dzorwulu in Accra.

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A delegation from the Gambian Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MoBSE) led by their Permanent Secretary, Mr. Baboucarr Bouy, was in Ghana from the 21st to 30th of January 2016 to study OLE Ghana’s Open Learning System with particular reference to the Ghana Reads program and the BeLL system. The Gambia has for the past two years been thinking of integrating ICT into its education delivery at the pre-tertiary level and was looking for that final push to do so.

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With the official signing of the Sub-consultancy Services contract between Mott Macdonald Limited (trading as Cambridge Education) and Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Ghana, OLE Ghana has an increased opportunity to contribute its expertise to the shaping of the future teacher force in Ghana. OLE Ghana considers teacher formation as being very critical and the ‘correct’ formation procedures and processes as a sure answer to the many educational challenges confronting Ghana and is therefore glad for this unique opportunity.

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In response to an invitation by the Ga-West Municipal Education Directorate, Open Learning Exchange Ghana on the 17th of August 2015 organised a one-day workshop to train Circuit Supervisors and Subject Coordinators in the Ga-West Education office to be able to monitor the Ghana Reads programme which had been handed over to the Municipality earlier this year.

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Teachers on the Ghana Reads Programme in Fanteakwa on the 31st of July 2015 benefited from a one-day boot camp on literacy organized by OLE Ghana with support from World Vision Ghana, Fanteakwa ADP. The camp was held at Busosu Presbyterian school. It started with a general assembly of all participants at exactly 9.15 am.

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