The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA), acting on behalf of the Education Ministry, has approved
the second batch of textbooks recommended for kindergarten to basic Schools.
This batch contains a total of 96 publications covering a number of subject areas including Computing, English language, Mathematics and Science.
This brings to 283, the total number of books approved by the Council for use in Kindergarten to primary schools.
“These textbooks have gone through series of reviews between NaCCA and the publishers to ensure they conform to the expectations of the new KG-Basic 6 curriculum introduced in September, 2019,” a statement from NaCCA said.
The Executive Director of NaCCA, Dr Prince Armah, said the approval of the 283 books is a testimony of a great and thorough work done by NaCCA as well as the publishers.
He added that more books are being considered for recommendations in the coming weeks.
“NaCCA welcomes comments and feedback from school managers, teachers, parents and the general public on the Recommended Textbooks. This will help textbook writers and publishers improve on the quality of their textbooks,” Dr Armah said in the statement.
The full statement is attached as follows:
By Jamila Akweley Okertchiri
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