Colleges Of Education In Crisis Following Introduction Of B.Ed Programs

By | November 27, 2022
Colleges Of Education In Crisis Following Introduction Of B.Ed Programs

Colleges Of Education In Crisis Following Introduction Of B.Ed Programs

Kofi Asare, the Chief Executive Officer of the Africa Education Watch (Eduwatch) has disclosed that accredited Public Colleges Of Education across the country are in serious crisis following the introduction of the maiden Bachelor Of Education Programs.

Kofi Asare explained that the government extending the duration of programs at the various colleges of education by a year has put a strain on the existing infrastructure of the colleges.

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“The government’s inability to build more dormitories after conversion of colleges of education from diploma awarding to degree awarding institution, colleges are now forced to run double and triple tracks, which has led to some students staying home for over six months, not knowing when they would be returning to schools”

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