The Daily Graphic is advocating emphasis on practical learning as opposed to theories in schools. The paper acknowledges that Ghana has made several positives towards affirmative action, unfortunately the outcomes are yet to yield results. The Daily Graphic said as a country, it is time to do a soul-searching and tailor the curriculum to a more practical one, relevant to daily lives. The paper believes making the curriculum more practical will also guarantee students employment after school.
The Ghanaian Times says Mortuary workers deserve ”a listening ear”. The paper says their decision to suspend their nationwide strike is commendable, given the consequences of their actions on bereaved families. It is in light of this, that the Ghanaian Times believes that concerns raised by the Mortuary Workers Association of Ghana must be addressed as a ”matter of urgency” to ensure sanity prevails.