The e-learning software aimed at integrating modern learning approaches into basic education delivery has begun in the country.
It is to ensure that the nation’s education system is up-to-date to global best practices.
In a statement by the Head, Public Relations/protocol, David Apeh on Monday, UBEC believes that these interventions would add value and improve teaching and learning in our schools”.
The main goal of ESP is to institutionalize basic practices that conform to the minimum standards that can produce graduates with effective life skills and who can function and compete favorably in the 21st century knowledge economy.
The statement added that UBEC is visualizing that it would also enhance access to quality and functional education for marginalized and disadvantaged groups in the country.
The programme would also assist UBEC efforts and desire to attain 100 percent transition rate from primary to junior secondary school.
Furthermore, UBEC is optimistic that the planned that the intervention will equally provide a second chance for school drop-outs and will help in meeting the changing needs of children and youths through the provision of functional vocational education