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Inclusive Education Policy (Implementation Plan) 2015-2019

Ghana, Ministry of Education

The plan serves as an overview of the policy, detailing the expected deliverables over the five year period.

Ghana 2015 Education

Standards and Guidelines for Practice of Inclusive Education in Ghana

Ghana, Ministry of Education

The guidelines on inclusive education serve as a reference to all stakeholders as an effort to ensure a barrier-free learning environment in public and private schools. “It provides assistance and guidance to educational institutions in their provision of minimum access required in various types of school buildings, gadgets, learning equipment and materials, as well as curriculum and pedagogy for the practice of Inclusive Education”.

Ghana 2015 Education

Inclusive Education Policy

Ghana, Ministry of Education

The policy leverages on inputs from a wide range of national and international stakeholders in defining the path of the government towards ensuring equitable access to quality education for all in Ghana, without discrimination or exclusion of any form.

Ghana 2015 Education

Education Strategic Plan (2018-2030)

Ghana, Ministry of Education

This installment of the ESP is based on three objectives: “improved equitable access to and participation in inclusive education at all levels, improved quality of teaching and learning and STEM at all levels, and sustainable and efficient management, financing and accountability of education service delivery”. Along with the Education Sector Medium Term Development Plan 2018-2021, the ESP charts the long term path and aspirations for the education sector.

Ghana 2018 Education

Education Strategic Plan (ESP 2010-2020) Volume 2

Ghana, Ministry of Education

This represents Volume 2 of the ESP 2010-2020, highlighting strategies and work programmes. It aims to ensure integration of investment in education with national and regional policies and efforts. The plan is to assist in implementing the broader ESP policy, and offer technical support and assistance to stakeholders.

Ghana 2012 Education

Education Strategic Plan (ESP 2010-2020) Volume 1

Ghana, Ministry of Education

The Volume 1 of the ESP 2010-2020 highlights the policy briefs, stategies, deliveries, and finance. It spells out the Government’s education sector plan for the decade. The fifth installment of the ESP has 10 policy goals for the education sector: increase access, improve quality, extend and improve TVET, promote health/ sanitation in institutions, improve planning and
management, expand science and technology education, improve academic quality and research, expand pre-school education, promote programmes to prevent HIV & AIDS, and to provide equal opportunities.

Ghana 2012 Education

ICT in Education Policy

Ghana, Ministry of Education

The government pushes to leverage on ICT in its drive to ensure equitable access to quality education in the country. The three pillars on which it rests are: ICT as a learning and operating tool, integration of ICT into teaching and learning processes, and ICT as a career option for students.

Ghana 2015 Education

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research Act

Ghana, Ministry of Environment, Science Technology and Innovation

The act sees to the establishment of the Scientific and Industrial Research Council. Its core functions include: taking charge of implementing government policies and plans on scientific research and development, advisory services on scientific advancements important to the country, and coordinating all scientific research in the country, for efficient use of resources.

Ghana 1996 Education

The Education Act [Chapter 25:04]

Ministry of Education, Zimbabwe

An Act to provide for the declaration of the fundamental rights to, and objectives of, education in Zimbabwe; to provide for the establishment, maintenance and regulation of government schools, government teachers colleges and other government educational facilities; to provide for the establishment and administration of non-government schools and teachers colleges, and for the registration and control thereof; to provide for the registration and control of correspondence colleges and independent colleges and for the establishment of an advisory council for such colleges; to make financial provision for schools and teachers colleges; to provide for the transfer of teachers to the public service; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.

Zimbabwe 1987 Education

The Education Amendment Act, 2020

Ministry of Education, Zimbabwe

An Act to amend the Education Act [Chapter 25:04]; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental the foregoing.

Zimbabwe 2020 Education

The Education Act [Chapter 25:04]

Ministry of Education, Zimbabwe

An Act to provide for the declaration of the fundamental rights to, and objectives of, education in Zimbabwe; to provide for the establishment, maintenance and regulation of government schools, government teachers colleges and other government educational facilities; to provide for the establishment and administration of non-government schools and teachers colleges, and for the registration and control thereof; to provide for the registration and control of correspondence colleges and independent colleges and for the establishment of an advisory council for such colleges; to make financial provision for schools and teachers colleges; to provide for the transfer of teachers to the public service; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.

Zimbabwe 1987 Education

Primary Education Development Plan (2002-2006)

Ministry of Education, Tanzania

The major objectives of this policy are to achieve increased enrolments, equitable access, quality improvements, the expansion and optimum utilisation of facilities, and operational efficiency throughout the system.

Tanzania 2002 Education

Secondary Education Development Plan (SEDP) 2004 – 2009

Ministry of Education, Tanzania

This Plan outlines the framework for achieving greater access to secondary education while simultaneously tackling equity, retention, quality and management issues. Secondary Education Development Plan also addresses the Government’ s policy on decentralization of the management of delivery of social services, including education and focuses also on capacity building for the central government in order to improve execution of its core functions of policy formulation, provision of a responsive regulatory framework, quality assurance, and improved monitoring and evaluation.

Tanzania 2004 Education