The Member of Parliament (MP) for Tongu North, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has described as a national disgrace, news of examination questions being written on chalkboards.
According to him, the news reveals that Ghana’s educational sector has retrogressed, and not progressed.
“Our nation must always strive to move forward not retrogress. Chalkboards replacing printed examination papers is simply a national disgrace.
“Basic school teachers and our children in public basic schools have done nothing wrong to deserve such cruelty,” Ablakwah posted on Facebook.
A week ago, photos of many teachers writing exams questions on chalkboards for their students to answer popped up on social media.
Pulse.com.gh reports that the government is yet to release money for the printing of the exam questions.
Ghanaians have meanwhile expressed their disappointment at the news, and the Ghana Education Service (GES) is yet to comment on the matter.
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