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Implementation of the 'Leadership for Learning' programme in Ghana: Evaluation of progress in four primary schools

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Suseela Malakolunthu will discuss a recent case study she conducted examining the implementation and impact of the ‘Leadership for Learning’ (LfL) programme in four primary schools across three regions in Ghana. The inquiry was guided by the five principles, and their respective indicators of the LfL framework namely, focus on learning, learning conditions, dialogue, shared leadership, and accountability; and, the main objective was to gauge the level of acceptance and accommodation towards the LfL programme and the actual change that has been produced on the ground. Data was collected from select representatives of the various stakeholder groups. However, the main respondents were the head teachers, teachers, and the circuit supervisors. The findings revealed that there was a great deal of positive note from the teachers and students, as well as parents. Nevertheless, many challenges remained on the way of continuous improvement and a great deal of support was anticipated.

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