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NaCCA to introduce QR code for approved textbook identification

Prof. Edward Appiah, the Director-General of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA), has announced plans to introduce a QR code system to identify approved textbooks for schools in Ghana.

The QR code will help address the issue of unapproved textbooks that have become prevalent in the country.

The QR code will be a part of the measures to ensure that only approved textbooks are used in schools. It will allow anyone purchasing textbooks to scan the QR code and access information about the book’s approval status, details, approval date, and other relevant information.

Additionally, Prof. Appiah highlighted that NaCCA is moving towards a model that encourages multiple authors for textbooks rather than sole authorship. This change is intended to enrich the content of textbooks and provide a more comprehensive perspective.

The move towards using QR codes and involving multiple authors is aimed at ensuring the quality and legitimacy of textbooks used in schools and preventing the use of unapproved materials.


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