There will be four Discussion Islands, each one focused on one of the main topics of educataGhana. Come and interact with stakeholders, decision-makers and authorities in Basic and Higher Education, TVET and Entrepreneurship.
There will also be career guidance to provide a constructive pathway for the young populace to tread on towards realising the professions they are most suited for. Come and be enlightened about the current state of affairs in the above-mentioned topics and the way forward for
#development in these areas.

Basic Education

*What is the current state of STEM education in Ghana’s basic education system?
*How does the new GES curriculum for Basic Schools 2019 and the government initiatives to boost STEM education impact basic education?
*What is needed to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical teaching of STEM in the classroom – training of educators, tools, equipment etc.?
*What role do NGOs and private initiatives, tech hubs and EdTech start-ups play in practical STEM education at the level of basic education?
*Teaching methods to improve the foundation of MINT (Mathematics, Informatics, Natural Science and Technics) in basic schools.

Higher Education

* A progressive review of higher education in Ghana. Has there been progress or a decline in the quality of education?
*Free SHS policy and its impact on the quality of education delivery.
*How effective is the Double-track system?
*How well do secondary and tertiary institutions in Ghana prepare students for the job market?
*How is career guidance integrated into the secondary and tertiary education sectors?


* How interesting is a technical profession to students?
* How can pupils be well informed about TVET in the early stages of education?
* I graduated from a TVET-programme – what’s next?
* What is the outlook for TVET in Ghana within the next five (5) years?
* How can we improve


* What is the readiness of established companies to mentor and collaborate with young entrepreneurs?
* Challenges existing in the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Ghana and solutions to address these challenges.
* The role of Government and developmental agencies in the entrepreneurship ecosystem.
* The role of information technology in entrepreneurship.