Prof Gatsi calls for purposeful computer use in basic schools in Ghana

Prof Gatsi calls for purposeful computer use in basic schools in Ghana

The Dean of University of Cape Coast (UCC) Business School, Prof. John Gatsi has called on all stakeholders in education and the government to ensure

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The Dean of University of Cape Coast (UCC) Business School, Prof. John Gatsi has called on all stakeholders in education and the government to ensure inclusive and integrated development of soft skills and purposeful use of computers in all basic schools across the country.

According to him, in developing soft skills and use of computer and ICT inclusiveness is key.

Prof Gatsi made the call when he chaired the 25th anniversary celebrations and graduation of the Little Saints School at Abeka, a suburb of Accra.

He said though many private community basic schools in the cities, many private and public basic schools in Ghana do not have the complement of computer laboratories to ensure inclusive technology driven learning environment.

Prof Gatsi said though the 25 years may be described as undulating, the school should celebrate the successes so far and continue to invest in infrastructure that fosters holistic education.

Source: African Eye Report