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There Is The Need of Technical & Entrepreneural Education in Africa to Produce Job Creators and Not Job Seekers
The Ghanaian Lens, www.ghanastate.com, www.modernghana.com (2014)
  • George E Ekeha
Abstract

Education is the gateway to today's economic drive and therefore the various educational policies in Africa must be tailor made to help achieve the needed economic development. Many African countries are saddle with youth unemployment and these has variously culminated into violence demonstrations against governments across Africa. There are many schools across Africa who trained student as job-seekers and very few are equipped with the entrepreneurial skills and mindset to create employment for themselves and others in their communities. This article looks at the current educational standards in Ghana and its effects on the capabilities of young graduates to impact on the economic drive.

Keywords
  • Corruption,
  • Education,
  • African Government,
  • Political Corruption,
  • Corruption in Public Service in Africa,
  • Corruption in Ghana,
  • Ghana Government
Publication Date
Winter January 10, 2014
Publisher Statement
This is the personal opinion of the writer about Education in Ghana.
Citation Information
George E Ekeha. "There Is The Need of Technical & Entrepreneural Education in Africa to Produce Job Creators and Not Job Seekers" The Ghanaian Lens, www.ghanastate.com, www.modernghana.com (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/george_ekeha/17/