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National data collection and reporting

NaCCA together with NIB and EMIS is responsible for collecting, managing, analyzing, evaluating and reporting statistical and related information about educational outcomes. This includes the development of national Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for reporting the performance of Ghanaian schooling.

EGRA, EGMA, NEA sample assessment national reports

 

NaCCA will publish the national reports for the EGRA/EGMA – literacy and numeracy on this page.

  • Ghana 2015 EGRA-EGMA_22Nov2016_FINAL
  • 2013 NEA (TECHNICAL REPORT)

These data sets are sourced from various data collections, including the EMIS database, the Survey of Education and Work.

Interpreting the data

 

All data should be interpreted with caution and in the relevant context. To avoid misinterpretation of data, the data in the data portal should be used/read in conjunction with the annual National Report on Schooling in Ghana and the notes and caveats associated with each part of the portal.

Data provided through the portal is updated regularly and aims to provide the user with the most up-to-date information available.

Please note that the data portal may include more recent data than the currently published edition of the National Report on Schooling in Ghanaian.

 








SUBMISSION OF TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS (TLMs) FOR ASSESSEMENT

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) working in colloboration with the Ministry of Education has successfully completed the development of the first phase of the Pre-tertiary curriculum, kindergarten to primary six (KG-P6). 

The new curriculum has been handed over to the Ghana Education Service (GES) for implementation, starting September, 2019.

NaCCA hereby requests all book publishers and edcuational materials development organisations or individuals who have interest in developing the TLMs, including teaching and learning aids (chats, maps, puzzle, games etc.) for the new curriculum, to submit their resources to the council for assessment. 

For further information, please call 0302 909 071 from 9am to 5pm weekdays. 


signed
PRINCE H. ARMAH, PhD.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (NaCCA)
12TH JUNE, 2019




 
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