Contextualising the Underperformance of Rural Education in northern Ghana : Management Approach

  title={Contextualising the Underperformance of Rural Education in northern Ghana : Management Approach},
  author={Nii Armah Addy},
This paper presents a qualitative study on the underperformance of rural education in northern Ghana with emphasis on Junior High Schools. The national curriculum from basic to secondary education run by public and private schools under the watch of the Ministry of Education, Ghana entitles students to sit same national examinations. The national curriculum presents uneven playing field as rural schools that lack quality educational resources are required to compete in same national… CONTINUE READING

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