The Deputy Minister for Education, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour has said the country’s teaching method will soon change its style from manual to ICT with 60 per cent of the programs being scientific and 40 per cent being humanity.
Hon. Ntim Fordjour revealed this on Monday, July 26, 2021, when he joined the Communications and Digitalization Minister at the commissioning of a community library and an ICT centre at Akim Bieni in the Eastern Region.
Speaking to school children in Akim Bieni, the Deputy Education Minister and Member of Parliament for Assin South urged them to take their Information and Communication Technology studies serious as is the future of the country.
“Teaching in the country will soon change its style from manual to ICT with 60 per cent of the programs being scientific and 40 per cent being humanity,” the Reverend Minister stated.
Communications and Digitalization Minister, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful in her address at the event charged the school children not to render the nation’s investment into waste adding that they should strictly adhere to Covid protocols.
The Ablekuma West Member of Parliament encouraged the students to practice the culture of maintenance so that the integrity of the edifice will be maintained for the benefit of other generations to come.
The ICT Center was donated by the Education for Development Foundation, (E4D), a private initiative by the National Cyber Security Advisor, Dr Albert Antwi Boasiako.
The Janet Brako community ICT centre is expected to train and make ICT skills and technology accessible to everyone and serve the people of the Achiase Community and its environs.