|Title:||Development of Education in the Gold Coast|
|Publisher:||Government Printing Dept|
|Abstract:||Sessional Paper No. V of 1944 outlined certain schemes for the immediate expansion of staff required to develop the educational system of the Gold Coast. In addition to a major scheme for the award of scholarships for higher education and professional training, proposals for the increase in the output of teachers were formulated. These proposals provided for the establishment of a Government Teacher-Training College at Tamale, for the duplication of classes in the Tamale Government Senior School and for assistance to certain Mission training colleges and other institutions. Expenditure amounting to £122,125Afas contemplated under these proposals and a grant to meet this expenditure was made under the Colonial l)i-vc lopment and Welfare Act^^^^ 2. As the title of that Sessional Paper indicated, the proposals the re put forward catered only for immediate expansion ol staff. Further proposals, as outlined in the ensuing paragraphs, have now been approved.|
|Description:||This book could be found at the Africana rare room of the Balme Library (University of Ghana).The Call Number is I/Dp/LA 1611.G5 G35|
|Appears in Collections:||Folio|
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