Ghana’s attainment of self-rule in 1951 brought in its wake some significant change and development. One of such changes was the structure of formal Education which was perceived as an emancipator for a whole range of social and political problems.  Education was seen as a basic human right whose function was to develop the talent of the individual to the fullest extent possible to enable him to participate freely in society.  Perhaps to reinforce the longstanding faith in Education as a catalyst for development, the Accelerated Development Plan in 1951, was initiated by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s government.

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