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Mobile Learning
By Kofi Essien posted December  2012, OLE Ghana   

Mobile learning or M-Learning is emerging as one of the solutions to the challenges faced by education. Its unique attributes of being personal, portable, and interactive, makes it an aid to formal and informal learning and thus holds enormous potential to transform the delivery of education and training. 

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The Role Of Libraries In Education:  The Situation In Ghana     
By Mrs.Valentina Bannerman (Chief Librarian UEW & Immediate Past Chairperson Ghana Librarian Association) posted August 2012 OLE Ghana   

The purpose of education has always been to train persons to fit into society. With the change in the needs of society comes the change in the way people are educated. In Ghana, numerous attempts have been made to bring dynamic and progressive improvements in the educational system in the country through review committees dating back to colonial times. The latest attempt was the President’s Committee on the Review of Educational Reforms in Ghana set up in 2002 under the chairmanship of Professor Jophus Anamuah-Mensah.

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Excepts from UNESCO Sponsored MGML Report
By OLE Research Team posted August 2012, OLE Ghana  

“Multigrade teaching is not a temporary measure. It is concerned with the policy of education for all and the cultural and scientific promotion of the whole nation - a long term task”   “Primary schools with the practice of multigrade teaching are to be the source to serve the suffering mankind, as the centers for causing social conscientization, economic amelioration and educational reform. In their development lies the realization of the universal right to education                                                                                              ”Birch and Lally (1995) 

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Food For Thought: Are We Getting The Mixing Right?
By Kofi Essien  posted January 2012, OLE Ghana  

There are many who believe that the mere provision of school buildings would necessarily lead to quality education. There are others who will posit that this should be matched by teaching and learning resources and the use of a teacher centered approach. However the current education performance despite genuine efforts to eradicate schools under trees and various interventions, especially to provide resources for literacy, still leaves much to be desired.

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The Dream (Ringing the School BeLL) 
By Richard Rowe posted January 2012, OLE Ghana   

There is a village in Ghana named Adawasa. It is a distance from Accra, Ghana’s capital, and in the past was connected to the rest of the world only by its dirt road that is impassible  during the raining season. It is late in the day Serwa is still working at Adawasa’s school. She is doing the final edit of the Adawasa Times, her village’s new weekly newspaper. Serwa does a spell-check and then nervously hits ―Print‖.

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