Ghana’s Child Art Education in Crisis
Ghana’s educational system has succeeded in training few artistic entrepreneurial minds and inventors who could produce her functional and decorative needs. This has coerced her to get stuck to the colonial legacy of import-based economy rather than adding value to her bountiful natural resources for local consumption and export purposes. One of the underlying reasons is that there exist a serious longstanding art curriculum deficiency in teacher training institutions.
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