TEACHING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TECH SKILLS IN GHANA

A recent study by the African Development Bank says less than 25% of African higher education students pursue STEM-related career fields. This potentially means the African continent has some catching up to do with the rest of the world.
But there is some good news in Ghana. A youth-led – Elevate Network goes directly to high schools across the country, encouraging students to pursue entrepreneurship and STEM-related fields.
For more, Africa 54’s Technology Correspondent Paul Ndiho, via Skype, spoke to Evans Ofori, Founder, Elevate Network, in Accra, Ghana.

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