30 Ghanaian teachers, many very new to the profession.
How do you add value to 30 teaches who have spent most of the last year unemployed or just graduating from high school? Believe me, this was a challenging year, however, thanks to COVID, Zach Neumann had time to finish his Masters Degree, Administration and Personal Development. Part of his thesis was developing a teacher…
This says it all by Debi Frock
Fourteen years ago I prayed that I could help to empower a few girls in small villages, like Akramaman, to go to school. At that time, only 40% of girls finished third grade. 2015 statistics show that 95% of girls finished 6th grade. What a difference.
CALLING ALL PRIMARY TEACHERS–YOU CAN HELP IN AFRICA
I have been working with children in Ghana for the last six years. They are so eager to learn but are often held back from learn because of the lack of supplies. Tomorrow we will dedicate a new Primary School. St. Paul’s is a public primary school administered by the Anglican church. Ghanaian Mothers’ Hope…