On Tuesday, August 31, 2021, a delegation from the World bank paid a visit to NaSIA to engage the team on the Ghana Accountability for Learning Outcomes Project (GALOP).
The Inspector-General of Schools, Dr. Haggar Hilda Ampadu gave an overview on the exact mandate of NaSIA and the work that has been done so far with regards to GALOP. She used the opportunity to inform the delegation on the successful inspection of 1000 schools across the 16 regions of the country which was completed almost a month ago. This inspection is part of the steps to provide a clear assessment of the 10,000 schools selected under the GALOP initiative.
The delegation was briefed on the four point scale grading of schools as well as walked through the various rudiments of the inspection processes. They were also briefed on the different types of reports that are prepared for each inspection which comprises of individual institutional reports and aggregate reports.
The various indicators used during lesson inspections were also illustrated during the meeting. The team from the World Bank asked questions with regards to the processes used during the inspections to which the Inspector-General of Schools and the team provided appropriate answers.