A group of 15 African-American educators led by Professor Fredoline Anunobi are in the country to familiarise themselves with Ghanaian, African culture and education system.
Members of the group who teach in K-12 [public-sponsored] schools across the US are in the country for a short-term curriculum development project seminar.
The educators will be spending five weeks in Ghana which is to enable them to improve teaching and learning about Africa in their schools.
SLTF CEO (left) with some members of the delegation
The group revealed this when they paid a courtesy call on the Education Minister, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh.
The Minister Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh who welcomed them said he was hopeful that their visit would lead to greater collaboration between African-Americans and Africans on the continent.
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