Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Wrong Education in Schools in Ghana

If we require the World Bank to tell us that we are administering purposeless education to our youth, then maybe I should stop my crying crusade for an educational revolution and mind my own business.

Osmosis, concatenation, algorithm, logarithm, subrogation, amortization, Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, intra fauces terra! We know what they all mean. We don’t know how they work. We are mis-educated.


  1. Hahaha. Ok at least osmosis is useful in everyday life...the rest? Meh, not so much. Thinking about how I used to worry about logarithm, algebraic makes me want to cry!!

  2. Kwame Mensa-Bonsu09 March, 2011

    That man is always putting his foot in his mouth! He should go to his country and tell them to educate everybody to be a welder. I am so annoyed! Who is this racist idiot to come and lecture us? There are loads of people in Ghana who can be efficient farm managers...if people are importing people from India that's their business!

  3. Even though I have lamented our educational system a lot, I felt a little uneasy hearing the WB rep talk about it. Condesc...


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