The Ministry of National Education launched the Community Excellence Program

The Ministry of Education has launched the Community Excellence Program (CEP) to work with partners to improve the quality of education in the country. The Minister of National Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum is committed to building effective partnerships with communities across the country to ensure that no child is left behind and every citizen has the opportunity to contribute.


To transform the country’s economy. Speaking at a conference held in Mamfa, Akuapem South District on Friday, February 9, Dr. Adutwum called on opinion makers, leaders, politicians, teachers and other actors involved in children’s education to:

He added that under the CEP, administrators will play a key role in improving education outcomes by providing help and support to teachers and education providers.

Adutwum also spoke about the organization’s commitment to implementing effective policies that can contribute to national development through education.


Highlighting the project’s mission, he said the goal is to ensure that 90 percent of CEP’s 10th grade students master reading, math and science skills and develop thinking skills.

“About 87% of children in developing countries cannot read.

We want every child in Ghana to be literate by grade 4, so we set out to encourage and recruit teachers: one in four of our children. “People can read,” he said.

By Felix

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