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Byline: Mathias Aboba-Bolgatanga
Participants at an anti-corruption forum have expressed a strong view that if Ghana really wants to reduce corruption to the barest minimum the right step to take is to make sound moral education a top priority in the basic schools, giving it the same prominence like mathematics and English Language.
They observe rather sadly that moral education has been downplayed in the current basic school curriculum.
They believed that their proposal could come to fruition if a comprehensive national-value based curriculum for moral education is designed for all levels of education in the country.
The forum was a regional consultative forum on the development of a National Anti Corruption Action Plan in Bolgatanga. Participants were drawn …