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Some selected public Junior High Schools in Tema to get electronic boards

Some selected public Junior High Schools in Tema to get electronic boards

By: Mercy Nimo

In order to enhance teaching and learning in schools, the Tema Education service is partnering with groups and individuals to install Electronic boards in some public Junior High School in the Tema metropolis.

The E-boards comes with improvised teaching and learning aids that ensures effective teaching and learning.

Primary education in Ghana has served as the bedrock of education in the lives of Ghanaians. However the primary education comes with some challenges such as lack of infrastructure as well as teaching and learning aids.

To empower schools with state of the arts equipment to enhance education in Ghana, the Tema Education service with support from donor groups are installing Electronic boards in some Public Junior High School in the Tema metropolis.

St Paul Methodist Junior High School in Tema happen to be the first school to receive six electronic boards in the Tema Metropolis.


The electronic – board is a white smart boards for classrooms and businesses which is operated with the aid of a computer. It is a multi-device and a one -in -all interactive smart white board.

It is a touch screen which allows a live interaction with digital objects on the screen and has features such as eraser, dictionary, search engine and many other features that makes teaching and learning easier and effective for teachers and students.


The Tema Metropolitan Education Director, Mrs. Bernice Ofori at the ceremony to unveil the electronic boards said much efforts are being made by the Education service to ensure improvement and sustenance of quality education in the Tema Metropolis.

She urged them to handle the boards with utmost care.

The Donor, Ato Kittoe, an old student  of the school, said the advanced countries use e – boards to enhance teaching and learning as  they  are  the best teaching equipment  for the 21st  century students, hence the decision to support his alma mater with six of the e- boards.

The Headmaster of the School, Alexander Asiedu together with the Board of Directors were grateful to the donor for the great support given to the school over the years.

They urged other year groups to emulate the kind gesture.


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