GNECCGhana National Education Campaign Coalition
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According to the GNECC, the project would be funded by the World Bank and other international organisations as a loan to the government of Ghana for the running of the project.
The executives of the Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC), after deliberating on the policy, concluded that any attempt by the government to introduce the latter into the educational system could generate a catastrophic outcome.
David Ofori Acheampong, has also explained that the move of privatising the schools is designed at commercialising and eventually privatising public education in Ghana, thus, the GNECC's call for it to be aborted.
The GNECC is, however, recommending that the government continue the ongoing legal reforms aimed at decentralising education management and ensure decision making and accountability are devolved to districts and schools, with the aim of strengthening management, supervision and accountability for quality learning outcomes.